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What You'll Get
Scientists have created ways to extend the life of almost anything, from car batteries to legendary baseball players to dance moves. Feast on long-lasting foodstuffs with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a one-month supply of prepared meals from Deseret Food Store (a $199 value). Though Deseret Food Store is normally a subscription service, this Groupon is valid for a single delivery of a one-month supply of eats. Groupon customers should expect to wait 8–10 weeks for delivery.
Deseret Food Store fills homes with vitamin-fortified, mylar-wrapped gourmet entrees that can hibernate in shelves for up to a quarter of a century before preparation. The one-month supply of human fuel is packed with a total of 60 servings of hearty dishes such as pancakes, western stew, chicken à la king, and beef stroganoff. As with sea monkeys, you just add water to transform the meals into their mouthwatering states. The tightly packaged entrees not only offer easy-to-prepare eats but also free up kitchen space for dinnerware and old computer parts.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 18, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Not valid until 10/18/11. No returns once delivered. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Deseret Food Store
Deseret Food Store's stock of prepared meals ensures folks are equipped to survive desperate times, such as economic hardship, a natural disaster, or a family camping trip. The company fills homes with vitamin-fortified, mylar-wrapped gourmet entrees that can hibernate in shelves for up to 25 years before preparation. The MSG-free foodstuffs, including pasta alfredo, blueberry pancakes, and white-bean chili, are packed with flavor and transform into satisfying meals by simply adding water. Customers can stock up for a weekend excursion into nature with a 72-hour supply or order a one-year supply for hunkering down and watching every single episode of the news.