Each state has food security programs that are designed to organize an uninterrupted supply of the population with the necessary food in case of emergency: military operations, natural disasters, earthquakes, floods, droughts, pandemics, and other situations that pose a threat to the supply, movement, cultivation and food storage. Food security programs include activities to create food funds for long-term storage of food products.
The technology of phytosanitary treatment and sterilization by ionizing radiation has been used in the world for more than 70 years.
Long-term storage products are used in the military power structures of countries, astronautics, and emergency services.
Products that are processed to increase the shelf life up to 10 years: cereals, dried fruits, meat lyophilisate, egg white, seafood, drinking water and other food products.
Establishing centers for the production of durable products will ensure the implementation of food security programs and the preservation of people's lives.