Baguette Vending Machines Debut In France
August 11, 2011 by staff
Baguette Vending Machines Debut In France, Even in a 24-hour society, everyone has experienced hunger at 4 am and has not always been able to fulfill them. Those days may soon be about to come to an end with the arrival of an unusual vending machine in France.
Baker, Jean-Louis Hecht has launched a machine in Paris baguettes distributed throughout the day. A cross between a vending machine and a microwave, coin-operated machine is loaded with some baked baguettes, heating and dispensing hungry passers-by in exchange for a euro (90p).
Hecht – who has also created a machine in the northeastern city of Hombourg-Haut – said: “This is the bread of the bakers in the morning if others do not want to enter the niche, they’re getting decimated.”
The machine sold Hombourg Haut baguettes 1600 when it began operating in January, and its popularity has only grown. Hecht said that 4,500 were sold during the month of July.
However, another baker in Paris, Jean-Luc Avel, has said he fears that “the end of the traditional bakery” if the new machines to catch up.
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