This Week’s Grocery List: Everything You Need to Buy to Survive Hurricane Iselle

Do you have this in your house? The City and County of Honolulu thinks you should.


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Photo: David Croxford
 

Pictured above is the recommended 5- to 7-day emergency food supply for two people, as suggested by the City and County of Honolulu’s Department of Emergency Management. Find more information at oahudem.org.

  • 2 cans of tuna

  • 
2 cans of salmon


  • 2 cans of chicken


  • 3 cans of Vienna sausage


  • 3 cans of SPAM

  • 
3 cans of corned beef hash

  • 
3 cans of corned beef


  • 3 cans of deviled ham


  • 2 cans of beef stew


  • 3 cans of chili and beans


  • 3 cans of pork and beans


  • 3 cans of cream of mushroom soup


  • 6 cans of assorted soups

  • 12 cans of assorted fruits


  • 7 cans of assorted vegetables


  • 3 six-packs of fruit juice


  • 2 boxes of seedless raisins

  • 
2 boxes of instant oatmeal


  • 2 boxes of cereal

  • 
3 packages of soda crackers


  • 3 packages of cream crackers


  • 2 packages of cookies


  • 3 pounds of rice


  • 1 pound of granulated sugar


  • 2 packages of hard candy


  • 2 jars of jelly

  • 2 containers of Tang


  • 2 containers of instant coffee


  • 2 containers of instant tea


  • 1 container of non-dairy creamer


  • 1 salt shaker


  • 1 pepper shaker


  • 2 jars of peanuts


  • 2 containers of mustard


  • 1 container of ketchup


  • 2 six-packs of soda

  • 
2 containers of peanut butter


  • 1 pint of cooking oil


  • 14 gallons of water

 

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