Food Safety

Individuals, families, businesses, and non-profit organizations should all consider how they will continue to feed themselves and their ohana during and after an emergency.

Food and water are essential components of your emergency kit and your familyʻs emergency plan. On this page you will find printable documents about nutrition, food safety, and food storage. 

Food & Water Preparedness

Red Cross Brochure about Food and Water in an Emergency – PDF, 4 pages

An essential document for any household.

Spam Musubi Brochure – PDF, 2 pages. 

Describes why cooked, ready-to-eat foods should be thrown away if left at room temperature for more than 4 hours.

Disaster Food Service: Handling and Delivery – PDF, 2 pages. 

A section of a training curriculum from Salvation Army, which trains people to prepare and serve food to groups.