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52 Weeks for One Year Supply

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Great plan to build a year supply of food. I’ve shared two other plans before, and they are great, but it’s nice to have another option. If you’d like to see the two previous 52 week food storage plans, they are here and here.

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52 Weeks
One Year supply for two people
Thought some of you may want this.  I have had a few requests for it.  It is also in the Personal Preparedness Portfolio as a part of the Long Term Self Reliance Module.


Week 1

8 cans of your favorite soup

8 rolls of toilet paper

8 cans tomatoes or sauce


Week 2

8 cans of meat (tuna, salmon, chicken, etc.)

25 lbs of sugar or honey

3 boxes of saltine crackers


Week 3

8 lbs of salt

25 lbs of pasta

1 gallon of cooking oil


Week 4

2 months worth of laundry soap

8 cans fruit

extra batteries of all sizes you would need


Week 5

25 lbs of rice or other grains that you eat

8 cans of meat

3 months worth of seasonings and spices


Week 6

8 cans vegetables

Fruit drink to make 30 quarts

Beef, chicken…

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Author: Laurie Nguyen

I am a happily married, stay at home mom with four sons, ages 24, 22, 18, and 14. I'm not a professional blogger, and I'm certainly not a foodie or a chef. But I like food, so I think I'm qualified to write about my own life experience with food. Want to be a little more prepared for the unexpected? Check out my Food Storage Blog, http://forayintofoodstorage.com. Have a question about Food Storage? Email me: forayintofoodstorage@gmail.com.

2 thoughts on “52 Weeks for One Year Supply

  1. That is a great list. I am still unsure about how you keep your stash from going stale…do you eat a bit of it each week and replace it, or what? – Fawn

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    • I”m glad you found this list helpful! My food storage contains more items that store long term (20+ years). The canned items I store I rotate (use the oldest first). That way, nothing goes bad.

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