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Space Food Sticks
Space Food Sticks

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Posted by LeeFred at 11:30 pm (PST) on Fri January 5, 2018   
We could get these in Southern California when I was a kid.  Basically they were sticks of clay inside a foil pack with some type of flavoring added to it.  Poor astronauts!  :)
Posted by Scott Race at 9:29 am (PDT) on Tue May 12, 2015   
My mom got me these for my elementary school lunches for a couple of years. The last year I gave almost all of them away to a friend who's family was having a rough patch.  I'm also from West Michigan.  Small town north of Grand Rapids: Comstock Park.
Posted by Michael Giffey at 10:42 am (PDT) on Sat October 26, 2013   
I'm from Michigan as well and definitely remember eating these.
Posted by Camden at 8:37 pm (PDT) on Mon May 14, 2012   
Grew up in Western Michigan and definitely ate these. I remember the commercials showing the astronauts shoving them through a little hole in the clear face shield of their helmets...they had that handy "rod" shape. Now I eat PowerBars before/during cycling...updated version of SFS better tasting and more expensive!
Posted by johnna at 8:22 pm (PDT) on Mon May 14, 2012   
I grew up in Pennsylvania. I didn't care much for the peanut butter, but the chocolate-oh boy!
Posted by Mikeaz1946 at 1:11 pm (PDT) on Mon May 14, 2012   
I do not recall these at all. I wonder if they were only in certain location. I lived in mid-California. Two who knows these, where did you grow up?
Posted by dtdavis2012 at 8:20 pm (PST) on Fri January 20, 2012   
I'd forgotten all about these--I remember liking them.
Posted by johnna at 12:00 am (PDT) on Sat August 27, 2011   
oh, I loved these!!

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