Katadyn is a Swiss-based company that primarily focuses its efforts on mobile water sterilization and desalination equipment. But recently the company has started making food products for adventuring/camping/military applications. Just imagine really wack MREs. They've got a powdered wine that when reconstituted has an alcohol content of over 9%, a high tech chocolate mousse, and this -- the world's first canned cheeseburger. Each can has a 12 month shelf life, requires no refrigeration, and is ready after boiling in water for a couple minutes. Awesome! They cost around $5.85 apiece from the company's website. Anybody ever tried one? Do they somehow come with all those condiments? Because if they don't I'm way less impressed. SPAM has been around forever.
The canned cheeseburger - fast food in the wilderness [gizmag]
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