With coronavirus fears sweeping across the nation, many people are wishing they had stocked up on food and supplies when they still had the time. It isn’t too late, as grocery stores are still open, and many still have food on the shelves, although you’ll be limited in what you can buy. Some longer-term storage options like pasta, canned vegetables, and soups are still available in many stores.
Online retailers also offer various selections of foods, from packets of survival food to freeze-dried food with a 30-year shelf life to surplus military meals ready-to-eat (MREs). So what are the various advantages and disadvantages of each of those approaches? Head on over to Survivopedia to find out which survival foods you actually need.