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Will food supplies be a problem during the Coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic crisis?

The short answer is YES, it could based on many articles written by researchers and news media.

The coronavirus pandemic could threaten global food supply…

Explainer: How the coronavirus crisis is affecting food supply

So what to stock up? First, you’ll want to scan your pantry. Then add non-perishables, long-lasting perishables, frozen fruits and canned vegetables to your grocery list.

Applesauce and other fruit purees
Canned fruit in water
Frozen fruit
Dried fruit
Long-lasting fresh fruit (i.e., apples, oranges, pomegranates, lemons, limes)

Canned vegetables (i.e., green beans, carrots, peas, diced tomatoes, pumpkin puree), low-sodium if possible
Canned vegetable-based soups and chilis, low-sodium if possible
Frozen vegetables (i.e, broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus)
Jarred tomato sauce
Jarred salsa
Long-lasting fresh vegetables (i.e., potatoes, sweet potatoes, squash such as spaghetti or butternut, carrots, parsnips, onions, garlic, whole mushrooms)

Tuna or salmon, canned or in a pouch
Chicken or turkey, canned or in a pouch
Frozen fish, such as shrimp or individually portioned pieces of salmon
Shelf-stable silken tofu
Lentils, canned or vacuum-sealed
Eggs and egg beaters
Nut/seed butter
Nuts and seeds
Trail mix
Dry or canned beans

Whole wheat pasta or chickpea pasta
Brown rice
Ancient grains (i.e., quinoa, farro)
Instant oatmeal packets/cups
Whole wheat or seed crackers
Whole wheat or sprouted bread (can keep in freezer and toast when ready to eat)

Shelf-stable boxes of milk (shelf-stable varieties are available for regular and non-dairy milks)
Powdered milk
Hard cheeses, such as parmesan or pecorino, last the longest
Healthy Fats

Olive oil
Avocado oil
Flax seeds
Chia seeds
Unsalted grassfed butter (store in the freezer)

Water (if you’re unable to or prefer not to drink tap)
Low-sugar electrolyte drinks
Pre-made protein-shakes or meal-replacement shakes (in case you get sick and lose your appetite)
Canned or boxed low-sodium broth

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