We all know that San Francisco has a vending machine that sells freshly baked baguettes. New Orleans got a champagne vending machine that sells $20 bottles of Moët & Chandon. So, we weren’t really surprised when France got an oyster vending machine. For the people of on France’s Île de Ré, oysters are available anytime thanks to a 24-hour oyster vending machine. I
It was created by Brigitte and Tony Berthelot, who realized that there are customers for it, even well after the closing time. Now, the whole idea of having an oyster from a vending machine might seem a bit strange, but you don’t have to worry about its freshness. The Berthelots restocks them every day. And also, they are sold closed. So, you don’t have to worry about falling sick or getting food poison.
Oyster vending machine sounds cool. But you know what would sound even cooler ? A vada pav vending machine!