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Food paste appears as a cafeteria tray with a blob of pink paste on it. It replaced all forms of food at Suffolk County charter school as an experiment to help fund the school through a program called the Nutritional Alternate Paste Program (NAPP), developed by Vault-Tec in conjunction with the federal government . The paste was designed to provide complete nutrition and have a shelf life of over 100 years. [1]

Terminal entries at Suffolk County charter school suggest that the paste is completely devoid of flavor, turns skin pink with regular consumption, and has psychological effects such as irritability.

The area that this consumable is found has a unique population of pink feral ghouls , which supports the observation of the paste turning the skin pink.