Pizza ATM’s are the Future of Pizza

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February 9th is National Pizza Day. Are you as excited about this as I am? So what better way to honour this wonderful day then to talk about the future of pizza. Paline’s Pizza ATM could be coming to a university campus near you. Yes, you read that right— an ATM that instead of dispensing cash, dispenses pizza, 24/7. This is just want a student needs, access to hot pizza at any time, day or night. This kind of pizza would have been a hot commodity while I was going to school. Back when I was a student I probably would be ordering this pizza maybe once, twice or quite possibly everyday of the week. *blush*.Please don’t judge me; pizza is just delicious, ok? 

Here’s how it works: a pizzeria would prepare and pre-cook the base of the pizza. The pizzas are put in boxes and up to 70 pizzas can be stored at a time in the Pizza ATM. When someone purchases a pizza from the ATM the pizza would cook in the convention oven for 3 minutes. Once the pizza is cooked it will come out of the dispenser ready to eat. Quick and easy! The computer also manages the best before dates and once a pizza has met the best before date it cannot be distributed. Customers can also purchase uncooked pizza and take it home to cook themselves.

Pizza ATM Diagram

Paline’s Pizza ATM currently has about 300 locations available in Europe. Xavier University in Cininnati, Ohio was the first location in North America to have the Pizza ATM installed. With interest from other schools from North America, I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before Canada gets their first location.

Pizza ATM

So on this special day of national pizza affection, go grab yourself a slice, or even a whole pizza – I won’t judge!  Mmm,  I’m pretty hungry now–so does someone want to go get me a pizza?

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