If you know the basic ones, I'm not sure what specifically to add, but I'll list what I usually get:
 nuts & seeds: almonds (some flavored, some plain, some salted, some not); walnuts (generally kept in the freezer because they go bad quickly enough); sunflower and pumpkin seeds; flaxseed(s) ... also kept chilled. Other high-fat nuts are a mere 'treat' on occasion (e.g. Brazil nuts)
 fruits/vegetables: avocados when in season; olives can be good.
 fish: canned or pouched sardines; while I love tuna, I don't love the mercury content
 eggs: most of the fat in eggs is not saturated, plus, 'nutritional powerhouse' etc.
All things I can eat alone, or use in recipes. Good as snacks or as components. Minimally processed. There's also 'good fats' in various (small) amounts in many legumes, in particular beans, and we keep dry beans around in the pantry. I always have a few oils around for cooking.
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