Hi all. I know I don't post much here but I read through this preparedness forum almost daily for the last few months and I want this group's input on my thoughts. I saw yesterday that Walmart is now selling freeze-dried food in #10 cans. When I saw this new section(well at least it was the first time I saw it in Walmart) it stopped me dead in my tracks. In all honesty my first reaction was a tiny bit of fear that there may be a need to use our preps in the foreseeable future. I mean, why would Walmart start selling this preppers oriented foods unless there is soon going to be a mass societal understanding that individuals need to store food long term. I refuse to believe it is just for bulk purchasing, as it would be cheaper to buy in bulk without the freeze-drying. So what say you fellow preppers? Do you see this as a small sign of the foreseeable future, or is Walmart just trying to get a financial piece of the (what I understand to be) growing prepper market?