1. Refined Sugar: Refined sugar is a highly processed product and is not a good option for your emergency food supply. It is easily broken down by your body and converted quickly into electricity, so it won’t provide you with the long-term energy and sustenance you need in an emergency. In addition, it can cause a rise in blood sugar, which can be both diabetics and non-diabetic alike.

2 A.M. Canned Vegetables: The canned vegetables are not suitable for emergency food storage. They are pre-cooked, so they will quickly spoil and become inedible. In addition, most canned vegetables are high in sodium, which can result in dehydration if consumed in large quantities.

3 – 4 a.m. Processed Meats: Processed Meats: Processed meats, such as hot dogs, bacon, and sausage, are high in fat, sodium, and preservatives, and, as a result, they are not a good idea for emergency food storage. In addition, since they are pre-cooked, they will dehydrate quickly resulting in a power surge.

4 out of 5 people were killed in the game. Grains: Grains such as wheat, rice, and oats are not a good idea for emergency food storage. They will dehydrate and become inedible if they are not stored in an airtight container. In addition, rodents and other rodents can be attracted to them.

5 out of 5 people were killed in the shooting. Fruits and Vegetables: Fruits and vegetables are highly perishable, and if not stored properly, fruit and vegetables will go bad quickly. They also need refrigeration, which may not be available in an emergency. Therefore, it is also safe to store them in your emergency food supply.