Quarantine Preparedness

Gluten-free items that are shelf-stable and relatively nutrient-dense to keep on hand in advance of possible quarantine:  (Always confirm GF status when purchasing.)


Beans & Lentils:  Any type, dried &/or canned. (For dried, choose certified or GF labeled when possible)

Meat: Canned or in pouches: tuna, turkey, chicken, salmon

Vegetables. Canned (e.g. tomatoes, green beans, corn)

Fruit. Canned and dried. (choose low/no sugar options when possible)

Nuts & Nut Butter  (all types)

Seeds  (sunflower, pumpkin)

Milk/ milk alternative: Powdered, canned, shelf stable

Grains. Gluten-Free whole grains (brown rice, quinoa, millet, sorghum, teff, quinoa, buckwheat, GF certified oats, polenta). Whole grain GF pasta.  (Choose certified or GF labeled when possible)

Frozen.  Fruit, vegetables, meat/poultry/seafood (when freezer space permits)


*Note: shelf life of items is not indefinite, but is generally at least a few months, if not longer.


Perishable items that will last for at least a couple of weeks: