Emergency Food Supplies
Emergency food is a variety of non-perishable food items that can be prepared quickly and safely (usually without heating) or stored in a camping or disaster preparedness kit for emergencies. Emergency food should be something that has a relatively long shelf life.
Freeze-dried fruit and vegetables have a long storage life and retain their nutritional content, making them ideal emergency food.
Canned goods are also a good option for emergency food, as long as they are rotated regularly so that they do not go bad.
The best emergency food is that which is high in calories and nutrients and can be easily prepared or eaten without cooking. Peanut butter, granola bars, and energy bars are all good examples of high-calorie, nutrient-dense emergency food.
In an emergency situation, it is important to have a plan for how you will obtain food and water. If you are stranded in your car, make sure you have a supply of non-perishable food and water. If you are evacuating your home, make sure If you are in a public place, and find out where the nearest food and water sources are.
When it comes to emergency food, it is important to remember that you should only eat what you need in order to maintain your strength and energy. Eating too much food can actually make you weaker and more susceptible to illness.