If you've ever thought about stockpiling some long-lasting good-tasting food for emergencies, I would recommend #10 Mountain House cans.
The #10 cans have a 30 year shelf life, and just need hot water to prepare. They're called #10 cans because they have 10 servings. If no one is working and just chilling inside, I agree. However, if you're out doing heavy labor all day, (filling sandbags, cutting down trees, and the like) you're talking more like 5 servings per can.
The secret to the excellent taste, texture, and 30-year shelf life is the freeze drying process. The meals are dehydrated at -30 degrees F, then nitrogen is shot into the can - displacing the O2. The low temperature preserves the integrity of the hydration pathways, preventing mushy rehydrated food. The Nitrogen gas insures that bacteria can't grow.
No water + No O2 = No microbial growth.
Get dinner/lunch meals, fruit snacks, and breakfast items like eggs and bacon, and/or granola and milk. The key is to try to order a good variety of food so further stress of weird or bland foods is avoided. Alien foods handed out in an already stressful environment is not a good idea. Kids and adults have been known to stop eating and starve to death when confronted with unusual or the same food over & over. In Vietnam, US POW's would sometimes stop eating and starve to death because they couldn't bear to eat yet another bowl of rice!
That's why I wonder about the guys who buy large amounts of wheat or other grain as a cheap way to have lots of food in an emergency. Unless that's how they usually eat, they're headed for a problem!
See the link below to a vendor I've used a lot.