What’s the most requested food item that soldiers want to eat while they are in the field? Pizza, of course. Military lab researchers in Massachusetts have developed a pizza “meal ready to eat” (MRE).
The U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center food scientists have spent nearly two years developing the recipe for a pizza MRE, which has a shelf life of three years, according to Boston.com.
Watch as Natick scientists share their MRE breakthrough:
The American staple is finding its way to soldiers at war and to astronauts in space. Developing such food advancements is a testament to Americans love affair with pizza. After all, one in eight eat pizza on any given day, as reported by the USDA’s “Consumption of Pizza” in America.
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