Supermarket Larry’s Market in Vancouver has a brand new vegan vending machine.
The vending machine, called Larry’s Market Express, is crafted by Ryan Dennis, proprietor, and co-founder of Larry’s Market.
“I spent a year traveling to food-innovative places in Europe and the US seeing how technology was able to serve healthy food in ways we’d never seen before,” Dennis said in a press release. He continued, “I knew I had to bring some of that home to Vancouver.”
There’s additionally dessert: dairy-free cookie dough bites, vegan rice pudding and protein chomps for the individuals who need something sweet and solid. For beverages, there’s fermented kombucha tea, coconut water, and espresso.
Somewhere else in Vancouver, a 24-hour vegan vending machine has opened up shop in the Lions Gate Hospital. It’s crafted by The Green Mustache, a vegan bistro chain. It’s supplied day by day with a vegan product like collard veggie wraps, bowls, and plates of mixed greens, in addition to desserts like vegan cheesecake.
Green Mustache prime supporter Nicolette Richer disclosed to Pique News that the vegan vending machine gives staff access to more beneficial dinners: “They have to rely on the one or two restaurants that might be open in the community, which often results in gas-station food and things like that.”
As indicated by Dennis, the input for Larry’s Market Express is sure.
“People have been asking for it in hospitals, businesses, and in more retail spaces. Expect to see more of our machines around Vancouver very soon,” he included.
The Larry’s Market supermarket has announced to open in North Vancouver’s Shipyards this spring.