Pizza Vending Machines To Debut In The US
Following the debut of the world’s first cupcake vending machine, European company Let’s Pizza will be debuting pizza vending machines in the US this summer.
The Let’s Pizza vending machine created by Italian Claudio Torghel makes fresh pizzas from scratch on the spot, (even the dough is freshly-made) as soon as you pay and order it.
In less than three minutes, a fresh pizza—completely untouched by human hands—would be ready for your consumption.
“The machine contains a specially developed bag of flour and a bag of mineral water,” Ronald Rammers, CEO of A1 Concepts (the company that distributes the machines), told PizzaMarketPlace.com. “Every time you order a pizza, the machine will start making the dough, then shape it into a crust, and top it with organic tomato sauce. Next, one of the toppings is placed on top and the pizza is ready for the oven.”
“Each pizza machine is connected to the internet to control stock. If necessary, besides the standard services, the operator will re-stock. Each pizza machine contains ingredients for 200 pizzas.”
“We have our own facilities where we produce the toppings and it is possible to create any kind of pizza—meat, fish, vegetarian, any kind,” he said.
The machines will charge about US$5.95 for a 10.5-inch pizza, and will be located at malls, airports, hotels, supermarkets, universities and gas stations.