7-day Supply Nonperishable Food​

  • Ready-to-eat canned items.
  • Protein and fruit bars.
  • Dry cereal and granola.
  • Peanut butter and jelly.
  • Dried fruit and nuts.
  • Crackers.
  • Canned or boxed juices.
  • Canned or jarred baby food/formula.
  • Canned or boxed milk or soy products.
  • Powdered milk.
  • Comfort foods such as cookies.
  • Fluids with electrolytes.
  • Sports drinks.
  • Instant coffee and tea.
  • Other boxed foods needing only water or milk.
  • Staples: Sugar, honey, salt, and flour.
  • Other (for restricted or special diets).
  • Pet food and litter.

During weekly shopping trips, pick up one or two items on this list. Annually rotate nonperishable foods and check documents to ensure they are up-to-date.

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