Vancouver to get world’s first smoothie vending machine (VIDEO)

Plant-based, self-cleaning and zero human interaction required

Who needs humans anymore? Vancouver is getting the world's first automatic smoothie-making vending machine, and it's basically like having a robot make you your drink.

The Smoothie Machine is a fully-automated unit that blends up made-to-order plant-based smoothies, each containing two to three servings of fruit, 200 calories and no added sugar or other additives. The beverages are blended from scratch using fruit, ice, water and a touch of stevia — and they are even pasteurized. Flavours include options like Mango Tango, Passion Peach, Pineapple Glory, Cool Banana and Tropical Berry.

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Brought to Vancouver by Trendy Vending, the machine takes cash or credit, is fully refrigerated and is self-cleaning. The packaging is compostable and recyclable, though Trendy Vending says they hope to soon be able to have customers use their own cups. 

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Photo courtesy The Smoothie Machine

Each 16-ounce serving is priced at $6.

The first Smoothie Machine will be installed as a pop-up at Parker Street Studios (1000 Parker St.), launching Feb. 25.

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