Got Spam – the “Taste Sensation Across the Nation?” You’re going to need it, sooner than you may think, much sooner.
With the coming collapse of the US economy and the civil turmoil that is sure to break out with that crisis, foodstuffs in the supermarket are going to be difficult if not impossible to buy, at any price. So, store up your Spam and have at least something to eat. Spam was, after all, good enough for the American soldiers during the Korean War, and Spam is still a favorite among Koreans today. “The largest consumers of Spam are the United States, the United Kingdom and South Korea.” Spam If things get really bad, like those “mushroom clouds over our cities” we keep hearing about, you can rest assured Spam will survive till the end. Hormel spokesmen pride themselves in the fact that Spam “is the only food product you can buy with an expiration that’s 50 years.” When anthropologists and archaeologists dig through American ruins thousands of years from now, they will no doubt find unopened, and the important part, still edible cans of Spam.
How Long Does Spam Last?
In a perfect situation, Spam could last forever. Just like so many other canned foods, as long as no air gets into the can, the vacuum sealed goodness inside will be as delicious and safe as the day it was made. It’s like meat with a pause button.
One drawback is the nutritional “value” of Spam. If the nuclear fallout doesn’t kill you, eating Spam just may.
“A 56 gram (approximately 2 ounce) serving of original Spam provides 7 grams of protein, 2 grams of carbohydrates, 15 grams of fat (23% US Daily Value) including 6 grams of saturated fat (28% US Daily Value), and over 170 calories. A serving also contains nearly a third of the recommended daily intake of sodium (salt). Spam provides very little in terms of vitamins and minerals (0% vitamin A, 1% vitamin C, 1% calcium, 3% iron). It has been listed as a food that is a poor choice for weight loss and optimum health and as a food that “is high in saturated fat and sodium”. 
Along with gold and silver, be sure to leave your grandchildren – and their grandchildren – some Spam.
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