YOUR LUNCH HAS LANDED
The Apollo 11 astronauts would have been delighted to have their lunches delivered in this form factor. Unfortunately, most of their meals were served via packets with a nozzle on one end for rehydration, the contents of which were then extruded into the astronaut’s mouth. Of course, they had other options when the food required less moisture, like bacon squares or cinnamon-toasted bread cubes. And then they could reach for the the ever-tempting ham salad spread tube or thermostabilized cheddar cheese spread.
Carry your own thermostabilized cheddar cheese spread (or whatever’s for lunch) in this Apollo 11 Mission Film Reel Lunch Canister. With a three-part bento-style design, it looks like it was made to keep some of the film from the mission. But you can pop it open to reveal today’s sandwich or your smoothie packet that… hmm. Now that we think about it, that green shake looks a lot like something those astronauts would have eaten 50 years ago. Carry on.