Long Shelf Life


Journey to Three Month's Supply of Food
"Build a small supply of food that is part of your normal, daily diet. One way to do this is to purchase a few extra items each week to build a one-week supply of food. Then you can gradually increase your supply until it is sufficient for three months. These items should be rotated regularly to avoid spoilage."
                                                                                                                         Provident Living

Manufacturer's put the "best by", "used by" dates with various intentions. Look up the real shelf life of your food at, Still tasty.
Foods that will go the distance with our food storage.
Indefinite Shelf Life
Cornstarch
Pure Vanilla Extract
Honey
Salt
Corn Syrup
Maple Syrup, 100% pure {frozen}
Distilled White Vinegar
Cocoa Powder {unopened}

 Four - Five Year Shelf Life
Hot Pepper Sauce
Coconut Milk {canned}
Coconut Oil
Maple Extract {imitation}

Three Year Shelf Life
Pasta {uncooked}
Canned Tuna

Two Year Shelf Life
Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
Popcorn {unpopped}
Peanut Butter
Cream of Tartar
Jelly and Jam {unopened}
Cinnamon, Cloves, Chili Powder, Nutmeg,
Oregano Leaves, Mustard {dry}, Black Pepper
Cornmeal {frozen}
Country Time Lemonade {powder}
Chia Seeds {5 years if canned}
Vegetable Oil {unopened}
Corn Oil {unopened}
Vegetable Oil Spray
It is important to store them in a cool, dark place.