Should You Prepare for a New Lockdown? Pandemic Shopping List UPDATED
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The coronavirus crisis is far from being over, as much as we would like to get on with our lives. Although the numbers of new cases and deaths have declined nationally, the virus continues its silent, and sometimes deadly, march across the United States.
Numbers you need to know today:
- 2,982,900: The number of people infected with the new coronavirus
- 131,065: The number of deaths in the United States from the virus so far, according to CDC reports.
We’ve updated the pandemic shopping list for you with the most important products you need! Check it out!
The aggressive spread of the novel coronavirus is changing the entire world.
You don’t need to waste your money and frantically fill your fridge and freezer with items you don’t really need. To come to your aid in such unprecedented times, we’ve compiled a pandemic shopping list of nutrient-dense, shelf-stable items you should have during a 14-day coronavirus lockdown and also all the medical supplies you need at home.
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Pandemic Shopping List
Canned items are staple products to stock up on during many types of emergencies, even more so during a pandemic. When kept at a moderate temperature (about 75 degrees), they can practically remain edible for decades.
Canned veggies and fruits are a great way to ensure that you get sufficient amounts of the vitamins and minerals your body needs to function properly.
Fruit: Rich source of vitamin C. You should buy canned fruit with no added sugar. Keep it varied and opt for mixed bowls of canned peaches, pineapple, grapefruit and mandarins.
Vegetables: Canned vegetables such as corn, carrots, pumpkin or beet are packed with fiber, vitamin C and beta-carotene, to name a few nutrients, and quite versatile when it comes to the recipes they can be added to. Opt for low-sodium varieties.
Beans: All sorts of canned beans are a great source of plant protein. Look for products with no added salt or seasoning you might not like.
Ravioli: Unlike other types of canned pasta, cheese ravioli is low in sodium and saturated fats and high in carbs and protein.
Fish: Great source of omega-3 fatty acids and protein. From tuna to salmon and sardines, canned fish can be a great addition to your lunch and dinner dishes.
Soups and chillis: Low-sodium and low-fat soups should not be absent from your pandemic pantry. Not when you can pair them with canned veggies and spices and enjoy a delicious lunch.