The first colonists found strange planets full of unknown flora and fauna, much of it indigestible or even toxic to human beings. As time passed, though, the colonists grew more confident about which indigenous life forms were both nutritional and flavorful, while some gene-banked plants and animals unexpectedly flourished in their new environments. Such delicacies quickly became some of the most popular and expensive imports from the worlds that produced them.
- Planet Cambridge, Cambridge system, $160
- Planet New London, New London system, $192
- Planet Stuttgart, Stuttgart system, $240
- Luxury Liner Shetland, Edinburgh system, $320