RICHMOND, CA - MARCH 06: A sign is posted on the outside of a Costco store on March 6, 2014 in Richmond, California. Costco Wholesale reported a 15 percent drop in secnd quarter earnings with profits of $463 million, or $1.05 per share, compared to $547 million, or $1.24 per share, one year ago. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

If you’re worried that the world could come to an end any day now . . . hey, join the club.  And get your Costco membership card ready.

Costco just started selling an “emergency food” kit that has 6,200 servings of canned food . . . including wheat, rice, milk, fruits, vegetables, granola, and meat.  They say it’s for one person to have about 1,200 calories per day for a year.

If you want one for your bunker, it costs $999.99 . . . which comes out to about $2.75-a-day.  And the food in the cans have a 25-year shelf life, so you’ll be covered as long as the apocalypse comes before 2042.  But unfortunately, it’s sold out right now.


Costco selling year's worth of 'emergency' food for $1,000

Oct. 4 (UPI) -- Costco is offering doomsday preppers a year's worth of "emergency food" for $1,000, and the kit is said to stay good for up to 25 years. The retailer's website lists a "Nutristore 1 Year Emergency Food Kit" for $999.99, and the kit includes 6,200 servings of food, enough to last one person for an entire year.