New Latter-day Saint Home Storage Center Price List

Here is the new price list for the Latter-day Saint Home Storage Centers across the United States and Canada starting February 1, 2020. I made a very detailed version of the U.S. price list and added weights, measures, prices of each item, number of items in each case, and prices at Home Storage Centers and online. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and those not of our faith can shop at the Home Storage Centers and online at for food storage. Cool, huh.

You can add my FREE printable to your binder or hang it in a kitchen cupboard for reference when planning your shopping trips. If I made any errors, please contact me ASAP so I can update the printable.

The official U.S. order form can be found in English or Spanish on the Provident Living page of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. There is also an updated Canadian order form.

10 thoughts

  1. I would like to point out, that beginning does not mean that the first month, you buy a month’s worth of food. It means, the first month you can make lists and buy four cans of something that you eat a lot of. (Four weeks in a month usually). and start gently and slowly. Or you will let yourself get over whelmed. Most of us have been doing this for many years – Me, for one, started on four cans of something that was shelf stable and we ate often. and Proceed from there.

  2. Hello I am a senior who lives on 800.00 a month would like to start a food storage but people in the same boat as me can’t afford it

    1. Hi, You don’t have to store long-term dry wheat, etc. on a limited budget. Build up a one-month supply of pantry foods. Buy items on sale. Walmart typically has inexpensive canned and boxed foods.

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