Vending Milk Dispenser in Moscow, Russia…

As Sveta and I went to the train station the other day as I left Russia, I spotted something new and unique as we entered the first train station near our home…

I asked Sveta to take some pictures as I would not be back for awhile. This is some of what she sent me…

It is a milk machine! I have never seen a machine like this before. I have discovered that they are becoming normal in Russia. I am curious about the milk that they serve…

I see it is 50 rubles per liter and 5 rubles for a container to put it in. That seems to be way high in price to me. I buy milk all the time for 25 to 30 rubles per liter…

This price is in line with the fresh raw milk that I get in Russia. Raw milk runs 50 rubles per liter many times. If this is raw milk then it might be worth it…

Sveta and I will try it out when I get back and I will let everyone know what I think…

Here is the main website for the milk…

http://a-moloko.ru/

This is the page of their automated machines…

http://a-moloko.ru/machines/

Now how cool is that? Get your milk on the street corner! I see gold vending machines, soda vending machines, candy vending machines and the other day I saw a jewelry vending machine, but never something as perishable as milk. Now we have milk vending machines…

Looks like one day we will vend everything from a machine…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

PS: Thanks Sveta for sending me the pictures… 🙂


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