LA Gets "World's First" Burrito Vending Machine
By Lesley Balla
January 7, 2014
LA has cupcake ATMs and caviar machines, so a burrito vending machine is an obvious progression. If you thought walking up to a taco truck was the easiest, quickest and cheapest way to get a burrito, a company called The Box Brands is here to disagree. Enter the new Burritobox, "the world's first burrito kiosk," now popping out burritos in the new Mobile station at Santa Monica Boulevard and Orlando Avenue in West Hollywood. Touting "100% All Natural" burritos made with antibiotic and hormone-free ingredients (and cage-free eggs, for you breakfast burrito lovers), walk up to the machine, order a chicken, bean and rice, sausage and egg, or beef burrito from the menu, dress it up, i.e. add hot sauce, sour cream or guacamole, and swipe a credit or debit card. While being entertained by a movie or music, in less than a minute, you walk away with a hot meal. Here's the Instagram video that explains it all. WWHBBD (What Would Honey Boo Boo Do)?