Your Family Still Matters LC
Customer service hours are 10 am -- 4 pm Mountain Time, Monday - Friday (except major holidays). Response time is subject to call and email volume.
We are a small, family-owned business located in St. George, Utah. We were raised with traditional values including hard work, square deals and excellent service. We've used those values as the foundation for our business. We work hard to bring you the best products at the best prices, with the best service and support. We believe families matter and we want to help you keep your family secure under any circumstance. Our parent company, Your Family Still Matters LC, is accredited by the BBB. See their accreditation report.
We operate several online stores including bereadyfoods.com (Utah-based food storage company selling nationwide) and fourstringsutah.com (St George Utah music store). We have a small physical store in St. George.
This site focuses on paracord and related products. Our other store deals with the items described below:
Long Term Storage Food Products
With many years of experience in the food storage business, we are able to help customers build a well rounded survival plan that includes emergency food storage, water storage, (and filters), emergency cooking, first aid and more. We offer over 250 different food storage items in #10 size cans. All the products in #10 cans are either dried foods or freeze dried foods, both of which are long term storable foods.
Survival Foods & Gear
People store emergency foods or have food storage for all types of reasons such as a rainy day, provident living, lost my job, end of the world (dooms day) ect. We sell shelf-stable foods that make up an emergency food supply. Shelf life varies by product and storage temperature.
Dried foods have four major advantages over other types of food. 1-Longer shelf life. 2-Better nutritional value. 3-Same or lower costs. 4-Lots less storage space. A one year supply of food for one person will fit into a space 2' × 3' × 5' with a dry food weight of about 500 lbs. Don’t be fooled by underweight food units. It takes about 1 1/2 lbs. of dry food weight (which would give you aprx. 2000 calories per day) to feed the average person and maintain body weight.
Along with survival foods we have all your emergency gear and essentials. So be Prepared.