French company installs Pizza ATM in U.S. college


The Pizza ATM 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) Students will be able to get fresh and hot pizza from an ATM.

The Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, announced that they have agreed to allow a company from France, to install the Pizza ATM on their premises.

Student will be able to choose the size of the pizza they want and they will have a selection of different toppings. The pizza is cooked in just three minutes.

Alec Verlin, who is owner of the company called Paline Pizza ATM, said that the machine holds 70 pizzas at once. A medium-sized pizza costs between $9 and $10, depending on the toppings.

The ATM has a touchscreen to select a pizza, which will then be heated for three minutes, placed in a cardboard box and will be ready to eat.

Verlin said that the Pizza ATM has been in use in Europe for about 14 years. They are strategically placed at gas stations and in small towns.