Your pantry and freezer aren't meant to hold a year's supply of food.

So says Dr. Nora Nyland, associate professor and dietetics program director in nutrition, dietetics and food science at Brigham Young University, who spoke at the Campus Education Week last month in Provo, Utah.

What's in your pantry and freezer can be part of your three months' supply of canned foods, frozen foods, pastas, grains and seasonings, Nyland says. And those items should be rotated to avoid spoilage.

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