2 Russian Vending Machines Sell Space Food

Russian Vending Machines Sell Space Food

Posted on April 6, 2016 by tim

Russian blogger Zhitel has found that there are vending machines selling “space food” in the Russian exhibition centre “VDNKH” in Moscow. Let’s see how it looks. 

So basically machines sell  “quality verified by space use” food, in actual space tubes.

The weight of each tube contents is around 115g. It includes plenty of tube packed foods, including traditional Russian soups, meat pastes etc.

The price for each snack is 300 roubles which is roughly $5 today. The expiration date is in 2017


Zhzhitel himself didn’t buy one, he thinks its pretty pricey for a snack. Would you instead get one?


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2 Responses to “Russian Vending Machines Sell Space Food”

  1. Douglas says:

    I doubt the average person would buy this bizarre food. People like ordinary food they’re used to…not something that scares them.

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