While it’s good to be prepared, you need to know what’s worth stockpiling. Stocking up on a year’s supply of something just to have it go bad in a couple of weeks will be a waste of money.
Still, more and more people face the possibility of a quarantine or self-isolation due to the coronavirus outbreak. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend households prepare by creating a household plan, which includes considering gathering enough food and other essentials for a couple of weeks.
So, following are the best options if you’re looking to add to your stockpile.