WATCH: Taste Test! Pouch Wine and Packaged Pasta — Is It Worth It?

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Yahoo Travel takes the plunge and taste-tests "travel food" in plastic pouches
Good To-Go dehydrated meals

Good To-Go

This four-pack will cost you about 26 bucks, and they’ve slapped on the gourmet label, but we’ll be the judge of that.

Here are Yahoo Travel, people are always sending us stuff. And it’s awesome, because we get to try out some of the newest tech and accessories on the market.

Recently, a lot of people have been sending us food and drinks for traveling. While these treats might be good on the go, we wanted to see if they actually taste good. So the Yahoo Travel team is doing the legwork for you in today’s … Yahoo Travel Taste Test!

First up: Wine on the go

Nuvino

These are from the company Nuvino, and the wine comes in four different flavors — Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Red Blend, and Malbec. Nuvino says this product is unlike any other because you don’t need a corkscrew or a glass, and you don’t have to commit to drinking the whole bottle … even though sometimes that’s part of the fun.

These adult Capri Sun-like pouches cost $2.99 a piece and are about 6 oz. So while you can’t pack these in your carry-on, they could be a great addition to any camping or hiking trip.  

Up next we have Good To-Go dehydrated meals

Good To-Go

They come in handy, easy-to-pack bags and are easy to prepare. All you do is add boiling water and seal for 20 minutes, and then you’re free to dig in. They are made with all natural ingredients, they’re gluten-free, and it looks like most are vegetarian-friendly.

Here we have a Classic Marinara, Smoked Three Bean Chili, a Thai Curry, and a Herbed Mushroom Risotto. This four-pack will cost you about 26 bucks, and they’ve slapped on the gourmet label, but we’ll be the judge of that.

Finally, we have an assortment of mushroom teas from Four Sigma Foods

 

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