Spacefood Insights

Chronicles from the Galactic Frontier


The mix of snack bags is a great source of vitamins and inviting flavors. In combination, dried melon wedges, dried kiwi slices, dried apple rings, and dried persimmon slices provide great nutritional value and taste range.  Once scientists discovered health benefits and deliciousness of dehydrated food, every space mission stocks cosmonauts and astronauts with a diverse selection of dried fruits.

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Spacefood supply helps exploration missions to stay fit and dedicated. Often, brave space explores find a way to a snack on a long trip. Cosmos specialists love chewing fruits on a brief break or while focusing on important work. Spacefood fruits are also snacked in cinema capsules or Moon parties. Ground crew operations take dried fruit packs to star road trips, planets hiking, and asteroid camping to pass the liven-up snack time.

A dry fruit in a space diet is a great way to get beneficial antioxidants needed for the body. Dry fruits do not go corrupt that fast as fresh fruits. While fresh fruits are hard to get to space due to weight constraints and limited luggage room, space explorers prefer to pack lightweight, dehydrated food. Fruits without liquid take less space yet offer nearly the same nutrition. Astronauts and cosmonauts adore chewing delicious and healthy snacks and Spacefood serves well for that.

The specially designed resealable pocket keeps the dry food fresh and protected. It is made to keep the dry fruits safe from moisture and tainting. The leak-proof pack is also intended for reuse. The transparent front exposing the contents pack is excellent. After eating the delicious dry fruits, the crew keeps the pouch for cables, electronics, or other consumables.