In case you find yourself needing to self-isolate, consider stocking up on some long-life foods to reduce the need to go to the supermarket regularly:
1. Drinking water
Consider investing in a filter so you can drink boiled, cooled, filtered tap water as an alternative to bottled water.
Flour can be used to make a variety of foods. Clean your pantry thoroughly and freeze temporarily to kill bugs.
3. Dried legumes
Dried beans and lentils last a long time and are a good source of protein. Soak overnight before cooking.
4. Cooking oil
Unopened and stored properly, vegetable oil has a long shelf life. Avoid storing above a stove as heat makes it go rancid faster.
Powdered, condensed or UHT milk have a long shelf life unopened but once open should be consumed quickly so plan use to minimise waste.