Jersey City, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/29/2014 -- Food suppliers continue to receive demands for dry goods in bulk. Businesses and residences want to store enough food for emergencies such as storms and hurricanes. Halsted Bag has an array of storage solutions to make storing emergency food supplies more efficient.
Often food suppliers are unsure of which bulk containers to use for goods intended to be stored for one year or longer. An increasing number of people are looking to build up their supply of stored foods in case of emergencies. Food suppliers can now get expert advice from Halsted Bag about the type of bulk bags to use for various storage needs. Suppliers can pass on these benefits to buyers in the marketplace who want to store food in small and large facilities.
According to KSL, proper food storage is one of the most important components of emergency preparation. As natural disasters continue to occur around the nation, people want to be well-prepared if it happens in their region. Certain containers are not viable choices for long-term food storage. Cans might rust and mice can chew through certain storage bags. Food suppliers are consulting with Halsted Bag to learn which bulk bags are best for emergency storage use for everything from beans to whole grains.
About Halsted Bag
The Halsted Corporation was established in 1876 and has been manufacturing textile bags for industrial and agricultural packaging since that time. Currently they are one of the largest importers of woven polypropylene bags in the United States.
78 Halladay St
Jersey City, NJ 07304