http://www.examiner.com/finance-exa...sing-as-fema-orders-1-billion-dehydrated-food Earlier this month, FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency) put out a Request for Proposal, or RFP, for more dehydrated food. The RFP called for a 10-day supply of meals - for 14 million people. That's 420 million meals. Typically, FEMA maintains a stockpile of about 6 million meals. Why the sudden need to increase the stockpile by 420 million more? (And that's in addition to whatever our aforementioned industry leader is supplying.) It almost seems like they're trying to stock a modern day "Noah's Ark," doesn't it? The largest supplier of dehydrated food had to cut 99% of its regular customers just to fill this order. Seems like uncle sam is just trying to push food prices even higher with these shenanigans.