Pizza Vending Machines Hit Streets Of NY

By
10/06/2021 09:19 PM ET

Will pizza vending machines hit streets of NY? You can buy an 8-inch round pie, topped with white cheese and pepperoni, and have it ready in 90 seconds. Who wants all that candy and potato chips anyway?

The company is called "Pizzametry," and they have the latest crazy idea around New York. A few entrepreneurs came up with the idea to produce freshly baked pies by touching a few buttons.

First, it takes a ball of fresh dough and pushes it on a plate where it is pressed, and cut into a circular 8-inch pie. It is then moved onto another plate in which sauce is dispersed out from a pipe above. To make sure the sauce it evenly distributed, the plate continues to spin while the sauce is poured on.

Next is the cheese, which is dispersed in the same manner. The machine prepares your toppings by cutting fresh slices of pepperoni and cheese. From there it goes right into the hot baked oven.

After it is finished, the pizza comes out freshly cooked concealed in a take-out box. Along with the food, the customer is also given some napkins, utensils, and little seasoning packet. The machines can handle the entire process in about 3.5 minutes.

Puzant Khatchadourian, founder and co-CEO, came to America about fifty years ago from the Middle East. Throughout his time in New York, Puzant took up a career in jewelry making. After becoming very successful, he branched out to form his vending company, where he invested in one of his favorite foods.

Follow Us

Social

FacebookAdd our Facebook page to receive updates and participate in new tools and features. It's a great way to stay connected with all the latest news.

TwitterReceive daily bite-sized updates by following us on Twitter. Receive Tweet-sized 140-character updates on your mobile phone device or PC.

RSSSubscribe to our daily RSS feed to get the latest national news stories. We offer a feed for every topic including business, entertainment, health, politics, science & technology, travel and more.

Business News