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East Sacramento Butcher Meat Vending Machine Released

A complaint was lodged, with the result that the health department of Sacramento County stopped the start of the vending machine



ANDREA: NEW TONIGHT A BUTCHERY, STORE IN EAST SAKRAMENTO BRINGS A LITTLE CLEANING IN HIS SAS. SOON THEY WILL OFFER MEAT PRODUCTS FROM A FIGHT SHOP. AT YOU: KCRA 3’S WOWILLEROININGS. MEATS WITH HOW THE MACHINE WILL OPERATE. JOURNALIST: THERE ARE FINALLY MORE MORE THAN WHAT THE EYE MEETS. IT IS COVERED IN BUTTERFLOARD. BELOW IS A SELLER MACHINE THAT IS DESIGNED TO “HANG” A NEED FOR THIS CUSTOMS CREW. V. MILLER MEATS OF EAST SACRAMENTO IS PROUD OF THE NAME OF HANDICRAFT AND MANUFACTURING. THE STORE NOW PROVIDES ITS OFFERS ON STRT, EE 24-7. >> IT’S THE SAME QUALITY, IT’S THE SAME MUSCLE, IT’S THE SAME ANIMALS, IT’S THE SAME RANCHES WE USE THAT WE SELL IN CONFIDENCE EVERYONE. JOURNALIST: OWNER ERIC VELDMAN MILLER, WAKES UP A CAR SALES MACHINE. >> THE BULLETIN FOR THIS MACHINE IS MADE ONLY FOR MEAT. JOURNALIST: THIS IS ACCESSIBLE TO CUSTOMERS EVEN WHEN IT IS NOT. , >> IT’S JUST A CONTINUATION OF THE BUTCHERY. JOURNALIST: HOPING THOSE WHO IN THE MEAT MARKET RELY ON WHAT IS PROVIDED, A CUTTING OVER WHAT THEY CAN TAKE ON ANYWHERE. IDEAL, SAYS VELDMAN MILLER, FOR MARKETS WHEN PEOPLE KNOW EXACTLY WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING FOR. >> YOU DO NOT NEED TO TALK TO SOMEONE ABOUT BUYING BEEF. YOU DO NOT NEED TO TALK TO SOMEONE TO PURCHASE A RIBEYE. JOURNALIST: Ή WHEN THERE IS PRECISOU METI ON THE PLUG. >> IF THERE IS A LARGE PRODUCTION AND THE ONLY THING YOU NEED IS A LITTLE BEEF, IT WILL SAVE YOU A LITTLE TIME. JOURNALIST: ENGINE SECURITY WELL DONE, DONE, ACCORDING TO VELDMAN MILLER. >> IT IS LOCKED IN THREE DIFFERENT POINTS. THERE ARE NO CASH THERE. THE THING IS A TANK. BRING A HAMMER THROUGH IT, PROBABLY NOT HAPPENI.NG REPORTER: THE FRESHNESS OF THE PRODUCT, ALSO A FACTOR. >> SO FACTOR. NOTHING WILL BE IN THE MACHINE FOR MORE THAN SEVEN DAYS. JOURNALIST: WHAT IS PLACED AND BUYED IS SEALED IN VACUUM AND CALCULATED. >> I CAN LOOK AT WHAT SELLS, WHAT DOES NOT SELL, WHAT WE NEED TO ACTIVATE. JOURNALIST: VELDMAN MILLER THINKS THIS MACHINE WILL NOW FULFILL HIS NEEDS. >> TO DO THIS I DID NOT WANT TO PAIN IN PILOSO. I JUST WANTED TO WORK. AND I WANTED TO SELL A LITTLE MORE ME.AT AND I WANTED TO BE ABLE TO GET MORE CUSTOMERS OUR PRODUCTS. JOURNALIST: AND IF CUSTOMERS ARE INCLUDED IN THE MEAT MACHINE, MILL MEAT MAY SOON RETURN TO OTHER POINTS. >> WE HOPE THAT THIS WILL BE SUCCESSFUL UNTIL THE POINT WE CAN REALLY DISTRIBUTE THEM A LITTLE MORE IN THE CITY. REFERENCE: THIS COMPANY CALLED THE APLESTONE SOLUTIONS MAKES THIS MACHE.IN AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH YOUR NORMAL SODA MACHINE OR SENDS THIS, SELLING TO REAL SALES WHAT. HAVE WAS WITH WEIGHT, PRICE, EXCEPT. AND CAN LIVE INSIDE OR ABROAD. TY: I THINK REPORT 10 MEAT NDFU – MEE

East Sacramento Butcher Meat Vending Machine Released

A complaint was lodged, with the result that the health department of Sacramento County stopped the start of the vending machine


Plans by an East Sacramento butcher to extend his access to meat using an open-air vending machine have been put on hold. Previous coverage in the above video player.V. Miller Meats store owner Eric Veldman Miller said a complaint had been lodged and now the operation of the vending machine has been put on hold until the Sacramento County Department of Health approves the machine. He hopes to be able to start selling meat through the vending machine soon. According to Miller, the machine does not look like a typical snack or soda machine. It was specially built to hold meat and will be able to fulfill customer orders even when it is not there. He calls it the continuation of the butcher shop which is ideal for buyers who know exactly what they are looking for or for whom valuable time is at stake. Read more here Meat vending machine? East Sacramento Butcher Rarely Approaches to Meet Demands

Plans by an East Sacramento butcher to extend his access to meat using an open-air vending machine have been put on hold.

Previous coverage in the above video player.

V. Miller Meats store owner Eric Veldman Miller said a complaint had been lodged and now the operation of the vending machine has been put on hold until the Sacramento County Department of Health approves the machine. He hopes to be able to start selling meat through the vending machine soon.

According to Miller, the machine does not look like a typical snack or soda machine. It was specially built to hold meat and will be able to fulfill customer orders even when it is not there.

He calls it the continuation of the butcher shop which is ideal for buyers who know exactly what they are looking for or for whom valuable time is at stake.

Read more here Meat vending machine? East Sacramento Butcher Rarely Approaches to Meet Demands

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