eFoods Global Business Opportunity Review – Emergency Food For Long Term Storage

eFoods Global business opportunity is based on the idea that during economic, geopolitical or natural disaster, emergency food for long term storage can be more valuable than cash or gold. If you are hungry you need food. They contend food could be the new currency when reserves are essential. Is this kind of business idea something that could work for you?

The eFoods Global business was created from Sundance Global, a marketing company founded by Steve Shenk and six other executives and launched in October 2010. The founder claimed Sundance Global had been 28 years in the making, because his prior company eFoods Direct, created emergency food for long term storage that was successfully sold without any inducement for additional earnings from individual marketing or profit potential.

15 – 30 Year Emergency Food Storage

The emergency food for long term storage products appear to be well designed and include a variety of foods such entrees, soups, granola and baked goods. The items are dehydrated and purged of any remaining oxygen with CO2, then stored in mylar pouches. Shelf life of baked goods is 3 years. In theory, the other items have indefinite life span but are best used within 15 years.

eFoods Global products are not all organic but contain organic items and are created from “premium” food sources. No MSG or hydrogenated oils are used. All foods are vegetarian. Meat products are simulated with textured vegetable protein (TVP).

Food Reserves Business Plan

The eFoods Global business model offers 6 free meals and also gives free samples to encourage new customers to sample the flavor. Shipping and handling are additional. The essentials pack sells for $349.95 and the variety pack for $99.95. Membership cost is $29.95. The company provides a replicated web site with a video describing food storage as the “new currency that will change the way you think.”

The compensation plan is a binary multilevel, paying 10% weekly on the smaller of two down line “legs,” so you cannot simply sponsor one superstar and kick back, but must also develop the other leg. 25% matching bonuses are paid on people you personally sponsor, with 5% bonuses paid down to the 5th level. The compensation plan also includes weekly food credits.

The provided web site is very nice, and acknowledges the advantage of being able to find people online for your marketing efforts. To create significant income you need to build a large enough organization. We did not see training available through the company apart from providing the site.

To differentiate yourself from the other IBOs or Independent Business Owners in the system, you will need to brand and market your own web site to stand out from the competition, by using additional online marketing methods and strategies.