Ruben and Marga Rios, two fishmongers in Mungia, Spain, have rolled out a seafood vending machine that lets patrons purchase fresh-caught fish 24/7. Its offerings are purchased daily and clearly marked with the expiration date; shrimp, sardines, anchovies and hake are just some of the seafood available.
The Rios brothers will soon stock live bait for fishermen, according to Springwise. If you're in the mood to see another unusual vending machine, check out this meat vending machine.
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