Vending machines are usually crammed with junk food, not expensive delicacies reserved for the rich and famous.
But this version, in a packed out Los Angeles mall, dishes out the finest caviar the United States has to offer, all at the press of a button.
Beverly Hills Caviar unveiled one of the country's first ever caviar vending machines at the Burbank Towne Center this week.
There are also similar machines stationed at Westfield Century City and Westfield Topanga in LA,rolled out 'just in time for Black Friday.'
The touch-screen contraption boasts 'a large selection of the world's finest selection of caviar.'
It also sells truffles, escargot, bottarga, blinis, oils, Mother of Pearl plates and spoons, gift boxes and gourmet salts.
And the prices match the machine's contents, ranging from about $50 up to $500.
For $500, shoppers get around 28 grams of the decadent foodstuff.
In a Facebook post, the company describes the machines as 'a unique caviar boutique.'
But it remains to be seen whether people will purchase the luxury morsels in such an unorthodox manner.
Beverly Hills Caviar claims to offer the largest variety of fresh caviar and supply the widest variety to clients, shipping anywhere in North America within hours.
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