Hurricane Food and Supply List
During hurricane season, your emergency plan should include a list of items that you can keep stocked in your home. This hurricane preparedness grocery list should include a first aid kit, water, non-perishable foods and other supplies you may need if you evacuate or stay home during a storm. Check out this emergency supply list to prepare yourself and your family.Download Grocery List
- 1 Gallon of drinking water per day per person
- Dry cereal
- Canned fruits
- Canned vegetables
- Canned juice
- Ready to eat canned soups and meats
- Canned pasta
- Canned beans
- Peanut Butter
- Granola and energy bars
- Pasta Sauce
- First aid kit
- Toilet paper
- Moist towelettes
- Garbage bags
- Dish soap
- Aluminum foil
- Paper towels
- Paper plates and cups
- Plastic utensils
- Food storage bags or containers
- Tool kit
- Mosquito Repellent
- Rain gear
- Plastic sheeting
- Duct tape
- Lighter fluid
- Manual can opener
- Fully-charged cell phone
- Strike-anywhere matches
- Pet food
- Leash and collar
- Water and food bowls
- Formula or baby food
- Rash ointment
Protect Your Electronics from Storms
While you're running through your storm preparedness checklist, make sure you include your home's electrical devices. A surge protection plan from Direct Energy helps cover the repair or replacement of mobile electronic devices, home electronics and major appliances in case of a damaging power surge.
Hurricane Preparedness Tips
Don't let a hurricane catch you off guard. Being prepared is key to staying safe.
- Preparing For a Hurricane: Before, During, and After the Storm
- Evacuation Planning
- What to Do if You're Trapped in Your Vehicle During a Flood
- Food and Water Safety
Visit our Home Protection brands for more tips:
- How to Prevent Power Surge Damage - Direct Energy Protection Plans
- Sump Pump Maintenance Tips- Home Warranty of America
Stay Current with Direct Energy
Keep your home and family prepared for anything that comes your way. When you sign up with an energy plan from Direct Energy, you'll get tips and tools to stay informed about your energy usage and save on your bill.
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