Due to its low moisture content and natural antimicrobial properties, honey can last indefinitely if stored in a sealed container.
Salt is a mineral that does not spoil. As long as it's kept dry and free from contaminants, it can be stored indefinitely.
White rice, when stored in airtight containers in a cool and dry place, can last for decades without spoiling.
Various types of dried beans, such as kidney beans, black beans, and lentils, can have an almost indefinite shelf life if stored in airtight containers in a cool, dry place.
When stored properly in airtight containers, dried pasta can stay good for years.
This type of hard, dry bread was historically used as a long-lasting food for sailors. It can stay edible for years if stored in airtight containers.
Granulated sugar can essentially last indefinitely as long as it's kept free from moisture.
Pure maple syrup, if stored in a cool place, can last for several years without spoiling.