As with the rest of the world, the vending world is always evolving! Now for the first time, vending machines are now part of the extremely popular video game Fortnite Battle Royale. USA today calls this a “big deal” and according to them “Why is this a
Our Top Selling Machine- Did you know that bulk vending can be traced back to the late 19 th century? Vending machines were very popular in Europe before making their way to the U.S. In 1888, the Thomas Adams Gum Co. used machines to sell Tutti Frutti
That’s right. Crabs are caught, packed in plastic boxes, and kept alive in refrigerated vending machines, awaiting the pleasure of passing commuters in Nanjing. The headline, and the video, kind of tell the whole story. Here’s a Japanese TV report on the machine:
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Here is some of the brief history of the vending machine that is quite interesting. In 215 BC, the ancient Greeks invented an urn and placed it in an Egyptian temple, which dispensed a certain amount of holy water. It is considered as the first vending machine
Bulk vending dates back to as early as the late 19th century. Vending machines were used widely in Europe before they became very popular in the US. In the early 1880’s, the first commercial coin operated vender came out in London stocked with postcards. In 1888, the