Travel back to the future with the classic space-age energy snack with the same chewy goodness that junior astronauts enjoyed back in the 1970s. These cosmic morsels conjure up visions of jetpacks, flying cars and carefree afternoons.
Back when space travel was the next big thing, food scientists working with NASA whipped up an astronaut food stick that actually tasted good. The long chewy stick could slide into an airtight port located in an astronaut's helmet to provide essential nutrition in case of an emergency. The stick became a big hit with the space-obsessed public, and today Space Food Sticks are back to provide a bit of nostalgia.
Each Space Food Stick measures about 12cm long and weighs 30g.
Corn syrup, sugar, cocoa butter, non fat dry milk, sodium caseinate, soy milk powder, peanut flour, hydrolysed gelatin, lecithin, salt flour, peanut flavour.
Space Food Sticks are made on equipment that also processes peanuts.