Wes, in the US we generally don't do powdered eggs. The fresh ones will keep, with or without refrigeration
, for weeks and that should get you to your next destination
and fresh eggs.
Bacon we don't tin, you buy pre-cooked bacon in boxes in any supermarket now, just heat and eat. The shelf life is months if not more than a year. Best of all, without the expensive tin it is about the same price
as uncooked bacon.
"ON THE SHELF IN SOUTH FLORIDA AND READY TO PICK UP." That'd be the chandleries no doubt, at prices better suited to crewed corporate yachts.<G> Shelves cost money
, and slow-selling goods can't be sold profitably and affordably in high-rent places like Florida's Gold Coast.
Planning ahead, ordering ahead, having it delivered and waiting at your next port of call, is probably the most reliable AND cheapest way to get the odd things.