Surely not a long time if you are slurping shrimp cocktails….daily.
Nobody goes to space for the food but they may go to celestial pleasure cruises….
Glad to see dehydrated shrimp is still a staple.
Rocketmen bros know what they need short term….
270 days to Mars. One way. Protein per day 100g rehydrated sufficient.
27Kg rehydrated equivalent.
9kg dried shrimp protein payload lift weight.
The Food We’ll Eat on the Journey to Mars (Algae Caviar, Anyone?) | WIRED
Educating the public on both food and personal hygiene.
Of course a good steam cook is recommended….street level even.
Crayfish can also be sterilized…
Epidemiological and clinical characteristics of 99 cases of 2019 novel coronavirus pneumonia in Wuhan, China: a descriptive study – The Lancet
So its not antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in shrimp that one has to worry about.
Fully cooking important.
…and of course washing hands to stop external infections.
What is going on at the G7 with food?
Food safety issues? Of course surely UK understands the need for a legal point of entry for US distribution. How else could food recalls be insured against or even activated or litigated against.
Its easier to act if there is someone there in US able to act. Responsibility, traceability in food business can do tjis.
It comes down to getting involved more downstream and investing more perhaps to become regulatory compliant with US law and FSMA.
This below on BBC
Offering an example of an American trade restriction, Mr Johnson said: “Melton Mowbray pork pies, which are sold in Thailand and in Iceland, are currently unable to enter the US market because of, I don’t know, some sort of food and drug administration restriction.”
He continued: “UK bell peppers cannot get into the US market at all.
“Wine shipments are heavily restricted. If you want to export wine made in England to the US you have to go through a US distributor.
“There is a tax on British micro-breweries in the US that doesn’t apply to US micro-breweries in the UK.”
This could be an interesting one to keep an eye on with shrimp as human food