Honey molecules are what’s called hygroscopic, which means that they absorb water extremely well. Archaeologists have actually discovered honey in Egyptian tombs that was still edible! If stored away from humidity in a sealed container, it’ll last pretty much forever.
Salt is a mineral and sugar are crystals, and neither go bad. They might clump up if exposed to moisture, but if properly stored they never spoil.
When stored in a sealed, airtight container, raw white rice can last up to 30 years.
If kept in an airtight, dark container, dried beans will last forever. Old beans might not taste so great and will need extra soaking time before cooking, but they’ll certainly be edible.
Keep corn starch tightly sealed in a cool, dry place and it’ll last forever.
Like honey and corn starch, corn syrup will also last indefinitely as long as it’s sealed.
No need to refrigerate peanut butter; the oils in it keep water at bay.
As long as you keep it sealed, maple syrup, like honey, will never go bad.
Cup Noodles containers are airtight and the noodles are bone-dry, a winning combination for food immortality.
As long as it’s kept in a cool, dry place, powdered milk will last indefinitely.
These rock-hard crackers were a major food for soldiers during the Civil War, and never went bad because they’re basically moisture-free. They were flavor-free too, but at least they keep you from starving!
Dried corn is completely moisture-free, so it’ll stay good for years as long as it’s kept in a dry place.
Canning food is one of the major methods pf preservation, and it’s true that once something is canned, it’ll be a very, very long time before it goes bad. Up to 30 years in most cases!