One of the challenges that faced the Apollo moon landing crews, and particularly the longer-stay missions of the later flights, was going through a full 7 hours of extra-vehicular activity in a locked pressure suit with only a single energy bar to eat.
It appears, though, that some pressurized suits now allow jet pilots to eat through a feeder tube. Specifically, in newer U2 spy planes, pilots can now have a range of flavours, and most importantly, eat multiple times during a flight.
PILOTS' TUBE FOOD used to be just mush. New formulations deliver lunch in texturized layers of flavors (bacon with hash browns!) that squirt into the feeding port.
Does this technology extend to a complete vacuum? Could future Moon or Mars (or whatever) explorers use this to extend their autonomy during EVAs? Is it being used now in Earth orbit? (Or are the EVAs simply not long enough to merit it?)