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7 Best Foods To Stockpile In Case Of A Natural Disaster

Eat This, Not That! Logo By © Provided by Eat This, Not That! of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 8: <p>By April Benshosan</p><p>Natural disasters often sneak up and wreak havoc with minimal warning. Bypass the extra stress by stocking up on these nutrient-dense foods that won’t spoil quickly and leave you scavenging.</p><p>Whether the trustworthy anchorwoman just shared news of a hurricane’s plans to hit your town or you’re just brushing up on disaster preparedness skills in the wake of recent unfortunate circumstances, preparation is half the battle won. When shopping for survival foods in case of a crisis, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends stockpiling at least three days’ worth of meals. But when you’re hurriedly scanning the grocery store aisles, choosing the right foods may present itself as an unusually difficult task.</p><p>That’s why we’ve rounded up a list of the best foods to stockpile during an earthquake, hurricane, tsunami, you name it, to cut through that emergency-induced brain fog. These healthy and nonperishable picks are bound to keep you nourished, energized, and alive—and don’t require any cooking or refrigeration via the electricity you may lack. And although it may be tempting to toss a few comfort foods into your cart, be sure not to snack on any of these <a href="http://www.eatthis.com/worst-packaged-foods-in-america">150 Unhealthiest Grocery Foods In America</a>—even when the lights go out!</p>

7 Best Foods To Stockpile In Case Of A Natural Disaster

By April Benshosan

Natural disasters often sneak up and wreak havoc with minimal warning. Bypass the extra stress by stocking up on these nutrient-dense foods that won’t spoil quickly and leave you scavenging.

Whether the trustworthy anchorwoman just shared news of a hurricane’s plans to hit your town or you’re just brushing up on disaster preparedness skills in the wake of recent unfortunate circumstances, preparation is half the battle won. When shopping for survival foods in case of a crisis, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends stockpiling at least three days’ worth of meals. But when you’re hurriedly scanning the grocery store aisles, choosing the right foods may present itself as an unusually difficult task.

That’s why we’ve rounded up a list of the best foods to stockpile during an earthquake, hurricane, tsunami, you name it, to cut through that emergency-induced brain fog. These healthy and nonperishable picks are bound to keep you nourished, energized, and alive—and don’t require any cooking or refrigeration via the electricity you may lack. And although it may be tempting to toss a few comfort foods into your cart, be sure not to snack on any of these 150 Unhealthiest Grocery Foods In America—even when the lights go out!

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