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Hey all,

I am new to the forum but a long time prepper currently living in Florida but soon to relocate to North Carolina. I am looking for information on long term food storage safe temperatures. I have a supply of long term and shorter term food storage that has consistently been kept is at temperatures below 75 degrees even though I am in hot and humid Florida. My concern is that while relocating I will be need to transport my food storage and it will most likely be storage with out climate control for approximately 1 month in a storage container. Does anyone have experience or information on the effects of the food storage at higher temperatures that could reach in the 90's? Any input would be appreciated.

Thanks Bob
 

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Welcome!

I don't have specific info, just that it can shorten the lifespan, but my inclination is not to be too concerned over a period of one month.

Depending on the size of your cache, you might be able to insulate it some with blankets and clothing that you'll also be moving.
 

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Welcome from rural NE Florida.
 

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Welcome from the Carolina's.
 
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