The Common Good

QUIRK: Pizza Vending Machines

Pizza in a vending machine? That’s right! The franchise Let’s Pizza is opening up an office in Atlanta later this year, which means that their infamous pizza vending machines shouldn’t be too far behind.

In their advertisements, they boast a speedy and delicious product, one that comes ready to eat in 150 seconds and will only cost $6. And in case you’re a germaphobe, they assure you that these pizzas are completely untouched by human hands.

Take a look for yourself in their promotional video available below.

     

As you can see, there are plenty of options available for your futuristic late night snack. But if you’re still not sure what toppings would be good on your machine-made pizza, allow Mary Kate and Ashley to give you a few suggestions…

For more see The Atlantic’s “Get Ready for Pizza Vending Machines, America”
And keep up with the latest pizza vending machine buzz on Pizza Marketplace

Joshua Witchger is an online assistant at Sojourners.

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