People often have really terrible priorities when they are coming up with a survival food kit that they are going to end up using in situations where an emergency has occurred that is forcing them to not be able to contact anyone at all once all has been said and is now out of the way. These priorities are terrible since they often end up placing a really unnecessary amount of importance on convenience. The reason behind this is that people think that having something lightweight is all that will ever really matter, and while opting for lightweight food that is never going to spoil is certainly useful it is not the only thing that matters in this regard.
If you only ever focus on going for convenient and lightweight food in your survival kit then the end result would be that you would get a lot less healthy than might have been the case otherwise. While choosing a survival food kit you should try your best to focus on foods that have a lot of carbs in them as well as a lot of protein. You will need both of these things since emergency situations often require a lot of energy from you and you should have enough energy that would make you capable of weathering the storm and keeping yourself as well as those that you love and who depend on you as safe as they can ever possibly be given the circumstances of the matter at hand.
Hummus can be a great option, as can be canned chickpeas. Both of these things are very high in proteins and they can help you keep your energy up for a really long time.