That's an interesting food list. Thanks for posting it.
Just tonight, my friend and I were talking about food rationing during WWII. (She is a bit older than me.) Anyway, we were talking about how, during the war, families were limited to 10 lbs. of sugar, for the whole year. Then she talked about the kinds of foods that were available, especially of the protein variety. I was surprised to learn that families on the home front were not allowed more than heads, tails, feets, brains, etc... I knew there were lots of rationed items, I just didn't realize it was so limited. Wow! And the only vegetables they had were grown in their own gardens.
As for the list I doubt I would use the honey, so something else would have to be added. I get free, organic honey, from my neighbor and give it to my step mom. About the only thing I use honey for is in tea when someone has a cough or sore throat. I doubt I could eat that much tuna either. I'm a basket case, huh? I think I would add beans to the mix. I didn't see any listed.
Still, another interesting subject to think about.