Are food vending machines popular in your country/area?
What do they sell?
I buy whole milk in picrelated. It's breddy gud, 100 times better than supermarket swill.
They only sell shit tier stuff like soda and sammiches here.
In Japan, they sell HOT coffee/tea/cocoa and stuff. I'm calling it, first mano-depressive entrepreneur genius guy to move that concept to Scandinavia during winter is gonna get filthy rich.
It's almost the same price as decent local packed milk but it's directly from farms, more fat not pasteurized raw milk not older than 24 hours. Perfect for making cheese and quark.
This is cool. The idea of bying food in a machine is fun.
Our machines are from japan too.
Don't know what the fuck that contraption is but this is what a vending machine looks like here in the states
My high school, just like every other high school in America has at least two, just about everywhere has one
In every corner here m8
the milk ones are everywhere and they sell really good, fresh milk that gets refilled every morning
the ones with snacks and coffee are in every building as well
a year or so ago, they actually put a place where you can buy basic groceries from vedning machines 24/7 (like bread, salami, carton milk, etc.), but it's seriously overpriced and just a gimmick
Japanese vending machines are the envy of the world t.b.h.
There is one outside my dorm that dispenses cup noodles, hot water, fresh bread, chips, crackers, cookies, energy bars, candy, and gum. Next to it there is a vending machine for ice cream. Next to that there is a vending machine for hot drinks and soup (miso, corn chowder, vegetable soup).
Literally the strongest, but not strong enough to sell guns.
Same in the States, kek
I think the ones in Japan have polite warnings that say it's illegal to buy alcohol if you are underage.
>abo-chink mongrel doesn't know what quark is
We also have milk machines, they are mostly owned by farming asociations who want to cut out the middle man so milk is usually fresher and cheaper than the boxed supermarket stuff, it usually runs out by afternoon because a lot of people preffer it to the boxed milk, other than that we don't have other vanding machines , only milk, coffee,tea, juice,snacks and sandwiches, some fruit ones in schools(owned by schools to promote healthy food)
Nukes won't make themselves.
had one nearby for a while, nobody ever used it and it was stinky
supermarket sells okay milk and if you fancy milk from farmers, you can get it from markets fresh
pointless stuff, agricultural country, we have food more than we can eat