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Perfected for space, served to all

100% natural, delicious, nutritious dry fruits & vegetables
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Find us at Gründerszene Spätschicht

27th June 2024 from 19:00 to 01:00 we will be presenting Spacefood in Oberhafenkantine, Am Flutgraben 2, 12435 Berlin. Prior registration is required.

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Space-grade nutrition for Earth and beyond

We specialize in providing dehydrated, plant-based foods meticulously chosen for their natural qualities that are dried without any additives. Ideal for the demands of space travel, our foods are designed to support endurance and well-being on any mission.

Every season, our selection includes a variety of fruits based on their taste and nutritional value. Our current lineup of dried mandarin, pear, peach, and cherry is diverse in flavor. It is packed with vitamins essential for sustained energy, whether for a terrestrial hike or stars hopping.

Spacefood reviews

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Elon
Elon
from
SpaceX

My favorite snack. I want MOAR!

Obviously, a fake. But we work to make it real. :)

Alexander
Alexander
from
Berlin

Kiwi is the best dried fruit. Just a mind-blowing sower bomb. Unlike the sweet kiwi sold in Turkish shops, it has the real taste of fruit. Impossible to stop eating. At first, I thought it looks like mushrooms.

Elena
Elena
from
Berlin

Good quality dried fruit! No alien smell, fragrant, not wet. Persimmon is tasty. Cool packaging! :)

Anna
Anna
from
Berlin

Wonderful dry fruits! I got the 4 pack to taste and could not stop ordering more. My kids constantly demanding apples. I like how fast the order arrives.

Ola
Ola
from
Berlin

To my taste out of 4 available, dried sliced melon is the best. It is fantastic! This dried melon has a sweet taste like dried mango fruit. I used to buy a lot of mango wedges from another brand, but now I'm totally into melon. It is my favorite.

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Fusion of precise German equipment & local Georgian farm products

Certified production quality

With our partners, Caucasus Fruits we went through a tedious try-and-error process to get the best dried fruits to your orbit. We carefully examined and tuned the complete process of growing, harvesting, and drying fruits and veggies.

We are challenged by the strictest compliance and certifications established by the space industry and European institutions. Thus, we ensure the highest quality of dehydrated plant-based foods.

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Eat nature's best with no additives

Nutritionally suprerior

Through advanced drying techniques maximum essential fibers, vitamins, and minerals are preserved. Zero additives enhance the natural goodness.
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Enjoy every bite over & over

Consistent quality

Each piece offers emotional satisfaction with a consistent taste and texture, ensuring a reliable sensory experience.

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Prioritize reduced waste

Mindful packaging

Through thoughtful design Spacefood made of smaller amount of polymer while offering great storage time and reusability.

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Avoid crumbs & oily fingers

Workspace safe

Designed for zero gravity environments. Spacefood less prone to crumbs and dirty fingers, ensuring practicality both in space and on Earth.

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Move through space & time

Travel optimized

Spacefood made to stand the test of time and distance, catering to journeys both in space and on Earth.

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Universal food challenges from space to Earth

Pizza in space - bad idea

Seems simple for Earth, in space, foods like pizza present hazardous challenges. Floating crumbs can choke an astronaut or clog a filter and oily spots are tricky to clean in a spaceship.

Also shortage of storage, no freezer, and health benefits pose dilemmas. Even more, the sense of taste changes in space, with expanding taste buds making many foods seem bland.

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This is not just an astronaut's problem. Similar challenges apply to other extreme environments on Earth where people work. Spacefood addresses these issues head-on to ensure nutritious, safe, and tasty food solutions.

Makes no mess
No added sugars
100% natural
Tottaly vegan
Chemicals free
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Our first interview

Join us on an exciting journey as we unravel the mysteries of food in the space to SoftPodcast. Explore astronaut nutrition, uncover the unique challenges of cosmic scale, and glimpse into the grand plans of Spacefood. Don't miss the engaging podcast conversation between E and Sergiej.

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Credits: Sergiej Soft (Rewiakin)

Promoting innovation with space & food tech

We are proud to be members of the INNOspace® Network established by the German Aerospace Center (DLR), as well as being esteemed alumni of the FoodHyper Bootcamp under the guidance Deutsche Institut für Lebensmittel (DIL).

We draw immense value from the networks. Acting as hubs of expertise across space, food, and tech, they enable us to develop our innovative edge. Collaboratively we addressing challenges of food in space shaping the future of exploration and sustainability.

If you are a part of running similar networks, please introduce yourself to us.

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