Here you see the towering mountain which is our grain, bean, and sweetener supply - and the ferocious puppy who is guarding them ;-) The three large buckets on the bottom are soft wheat, hard white wheat, and rolled oats. More hard white wheat on the next row, followed by kidney beans, great northern beans, and popcorn. The next row up has hard red wheat, yellow corn, and barley. At the top (and most importantly, according to JM) are our sweeteners - evaporated honey and evaporated molasses.
Much of this has been in our house for quite a while now. We've had white wheats, oats, and sweeteners for a very long time. But with the recent 'sky is falling' talk of food prices on the rise and food rationing, we took it upon ourselves to buy up items we had previously only considered (then discarded the thought of) buying in bulk before. Most of what we bought will keep about a decade before quality begins to decline (assuming they are stored at about 70°F or below, with low humidity). I would assume that we will eat through all this well before then, so no worries there.
JunkMale adds: Don't be fooled into thinking that all these didn't make a gash in our account balance. It was a rather big gash, but probably smaller than it would've been, had we bought these items later this year (or in later years).