Nothing crazy old or bad. Time to get rid of 2 year old stuff in cardboard boxes. Found about ten jars of pasta sauce. Three expired 12/19 so those can be eaten if they go first. Pasta sauce can stay good a long time. Found enough ramin and soup for weeks. Glad to get it sorted. I hate not knowing what I have or how old it is. I bought coffee filters last week and found 400 more today. So have 2 years of coffee filters and maybe 10 pounds of coffee beans in foil bags. But I go thru a lot of seatles best coffee in a month. How long is a reasonable time for boxed dry pasta ?? I have maybe 6 boxes of rotini. Have not checked dates but my guess is 12 months old... Found nothing that was scary old. In a pinch all of it could be eaten. I just like to keep things fresh and not overly deep. I have no problem having a month or two worth of food for two people. And I think in an emergency I have half of that tops. When covid hit I thought I had a couple months worth of food at home. I was actually at half that or less. I guess with maybe ten of the fancy bags of rice meals and 5 lb or bagged rice I could make it a month.. I had mormon friends that had at least 6 months. If not a year of food ready. But it was always what they ate daily. Not some wierd food plan.. when they bought soup or rice it was cases and dated it and rotated the food. They often donated food to familys in need. I respect that. So do most of you have food organized and stocked. Or run to the store every other day so you dont starve ? I never understood the wisconsin hey there is a snow storm coming. Buy 400 dollars worth of food.. which I see quite often. I have friends that seem to think being prepared food wise is pretzels and doritos and wings and ranch dressing.. which is great.. unless that is your entire food supply.