10 Foods You Can Store For 100 Years


Have you ever thought about what you would do in case of a natural disaster? Where would you stay and what would you eat? It’s not the case to panic, but it won’t be bad if you stay informed about such things and gather some facts. For instance, there are some foods that can be stored up to 100 years, without getting damaged. As you can see not every food has an expiration date and here is a list of 10 foods that can stand the test of time. For example, raw honey is such a food and if you store it in a closed can it can last for really long, almost forever. Another option for survival food is rice, as you can consume it even after 30 years of storing it somewhere. Unfortunately brown rice is excluded here, as it is high in oil, but white rice can be stored for many many years. To find out more about these foods and learn which of the other 8 can be stored for many years, check the following…



1. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple-cider-vinegar everyone knows …

2. Bouillon

Bouillon-cube Because bouillon products contain large amounts of salt, the product is preserved.  

3. Pemmican

pemmican Pemmican is a great survival food

4. Powdered Milk in nitrogen packed cans

Powdered-Milk-in-nitrogen-packed-cans In a difficult situation, powdered milk makes an emergency source of calcium and vitamin D for young children.

5. Raw Honey

???????? this gold liquid is nearly immortal

16 Responses to “10 Foods You Can Store For 100 Years”

  1. Snap N. McGarrett says:

    You can store any food for 100 years. Whether or not it’ll be edible is another story.

  2. Mama says:

    There are 5 listed…what are the other 5?

  3. Pia says:

    Pretty sure it was honey found in Egyptian tombs that was still edible, not rice. Also the pic for vanilla extract is definitely something else, too thick…

  4. Cheese Eater says:

    The question is, where will you store enough food and water to keep eating for a hundred years?

    I would probably prep with lots of rice and protein powder. Hard to prepare it without water though.

  5. Lightning says:

    Why do you hide your”next page button” in the mist of so many unrelated and often useless advertising links? It’s frustrating, and I often surf away from your page and go back to what I was doing on Facebook instead of rummaging around for the link. I’m sure that I am not the only one who would appreciate it if your next page link was more prominent. Like at the top of the page right at the top of the article and not separated from the article by appetizer. I hope you consider that. At least experiment with it. See which one gets you more click through’s to the rest of the article.

  6. Bruno says:

    Since when is salt a food?

  7. Witchdoctorguru says:

    Where is fruitcake on this list?

  8. Maple Man says:

    Don’t forget about maple syrup. It mightcrystalize if left in the sun but it was last 100 years.

  9. J says:

    Someone skipped their research! Rice does not have a very long shelf life, one year at best before it turns rancid.

  10. Mama Mia3 says:

    This list is not impressive but more an ad for Trader Joe’s

  11. Chad says:

    Canned foods last 100 plus years. caned foods from around Nappolian have been opened tested found to be safe heated up and eaten and were found to be very eddible

  12. Margaret says:

    They said 10 and gave 10. They didn’t say that there are only 10 foods that would last 100 years.

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