American Diner Style Vegan Vending Machine To Land In Las Vegas Soon
Vintage Vegan Diner to bring a vegan vending machine to Las Vegas Vintage Vegan Diner will expand its current American diner-style offerings with a pop up vending machine - Media Credit: Instagram

Vegan Vending Machine To Land In Las Vegas Soon


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A black-owned vegan catering company based in Las Vegas, Nevada is bringing its first vegan vending machine to the city – and has called on customers to choose where they want to see it.

‘Excting things’

Vintage Vegan Diner announced the news on social media last week and said: “We plan on having the machine popup in different locations around Vegas, until it finds its forever home. Where do you want to see this?

“Stay tuned for even more exciting things we’ll reveal soon! Thank you for your continued love and support!”

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The menu

The vending machine will host a range of frozen goods from sliders, tofu bites, and cookie dough.

Vintage Vegan Diner currently operates a delivery service, allowing customers to order plant-based Chick’n Tenders, fries, and Tofu Bites online.

Vegan vending machines

Vegan vending machines have seen an increase around the globe, from a startup’s planned release in San Francisco to ‘the vegan capital’ in Bristol, England.

There is also a health-focused dispenser of its kind in Melbourne, Australia.

More recently, an NHS partnership was announced in UK hospitals which will see the launch of 500 vending machines offering vegan meals in ten years’ time.

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