An Italian company called Let’s Pizza has launched a vending machine that can create a pizza from scratch in two and a half minutes flat. Now that’s what I call fast food.
The machine kneads, stuffs, leavens, and cooks your pizza almost instantly, and the pie is served on a cardboard box. It currently comes with five different types of pizzas programmed, including classics Margherita and Pepperoni.
Although pizza is not the healthiest food choice to say the least, Let’s Pizza does advertise on its website that its pizzas are light, healthy, and well, of course, delicious. While I don’t know how accurate it is to call a pizza light or healthy, Let’s Pizza’s pies are thin-crusted, so that alone makes them healthier than most. According to their website, each pie has an average of 676 calories.
According to a Fast Company article, the machine’s founder had the idea for the machine while visiting a U.S. food court. As of now, there’s no date as to when these pizza-making machines will hit the U.S.