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Published:June 14th, 2012 09:46 EST

'Let's Pizza' Pizza Vending Machines Coming Soon To America!

By Robert Paul Reyes

"Ever have a sudden urge for crisp-crusted, ooey-gooey, cheesy pizza? You want it STAT. Not in the time it takes to preheat the oven to 500 degrees for a frozen pizza. Not in the 20 minutes it takes for the pizza delivery guy to arrive. And certainly not in however many hours it would take to make homemade dough and marinara sauce.


Get ready for Let`s Pizza, a pizza vending machine that promises to deliver a piping hot pizza pie made from scratch in less than three minutes.

The brainchild of Italian entrepreneur Claudio Torghel, the machine will be distributed by A1 Concepts, based out of the Netherlands. It`s expected to hit our shores later this year, according to the industry website Pizza Marketplace. The company is expected to set up its U.S. headquarters in Atlanta."

LA Times

The pizza vending machine is the greatest invention since the Internet, or at least spray on hair. If President Barack Obama was handed a Nobel Peace Prize, then certainly Claudio Torghel deserves a Nobel Prize for entrepreneurship.

Pizza is as American as apple pie, and we don`t like to wait for anything -- Let`s Pizza will be a hit! If a pizza delivery dude is a second late over the promised 30 minutes delivery time, I won`t pay for the pizza and he won`t get a dime for a tip.

The biggest selling point for me is that the vending machine pizza isn`t touched by a fat sweaty dude working in a hot kitchen. "Your healthy and genuine pizza is untouched by human hands and made in a human-free environment.", the vending machine company brags. God, I wish I lived in a human-free environment, that would be paradise for a germaphobe and misanthropist like me.

My only complaint is that three minutes is too long; I expect that yummy pizza to pop out of that vending machine is less than a minute.

There is a God, the Let`s Pizza vending machines will soon be available in a mall, grocery store or gas station near you.

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