What are your kids' favorites for college care packages that might take up to 4 days of travel time ...
Biscotti were invented to store very well for travel with armies and sailors. The sames goes for jams, and jellies. Chocolate, like truffles or chocolate bark - both easily made at home - last forever as well. Basically any kind of candy will work as well. If you're looking for savory, then you can do something like pepper jelly with home-made crackers, pickles, tins of nice sardines etc. You may want to throw some condiments in there too. I love receiving home-made ketchup or mustard (both really easy to make), or something like chow which is one of my favourite condiments.
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