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Here are the essential supplies you should keep on hand in case of a natural disaster

While many grocery stores have generators that allow them to remain open during a power outage, it’s still a good idea to stock up on basic supplies. Here’s a suggested list: Non-perishable food: These include canned goods (with hand-operated can opener), ready-made baby formula, not the powder...
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