Each pizza machine costs $55,000 and holds 70 pies that sell for about $10 a piece. According to Paline, if a wiley pizza entrepreneur can sell more than 40 pizzas per day, that person could bring in around $90,000 each year.

The purported expansion indicates a belief by Paline—which has about 300 machines already operating across Europe and even has an Italian rival, Wonderpizza—that demand exists for hundreds if not thousands, of pizza ATMs, even as meal delivery services such as Seamless and GrubHub have increased competition beyond traditional companies as Pizza Hut and Domino’s.

Since the pizzas sold from the machines are not uniform or made in one location, it’s unclear how the machines comply with federal regulations requiring vendors to display for consumers nutrition information. For traditional vending machines, nutrition information must be present if the vendor owns or operates more than 20.

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