I’ve read about a farm in Germany selling their produce in vending machines. Will this ever catch on, and is it a good way to help the environment?



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    Peter-und-Paul-Hof, the farm that started to sell their produce in vending machines, began doing so because they were having difficulties delivering their milk to locals, so vending machines became the only real viable option for a middle-ground that they could establish so that their customers could get their products conveniently without the farmers having to travel too far.  However, the idea is an interesting one that many have deemed a good option — it’s a 24/7 farmer’s market for consumers.  Whether it takes off or not…well, that depends on how much people like it.  In the very least, it makes organic food more readily available.

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