Sausages have always been a popular snack in Germany. People that didn’t bring any food with them can use vending machines to buy bratwurst, bockwurst and barbecue meats. These machines work 24 hours a day. You could also get potato salad. These useful machines are becoming increasingly popular outside of German city limits. This is where regular shops are less likely to stay open at night. More and more vending machines are starting to appear in rural areas. Some vending machines have eggs, milk, butter, fruit and vegetables. A wide variety of essential foods are available at any time. There are over 570,000 vending machines in Germany. They will certainly operate in areas where regular shops are not economically profitable.
In Japan, vending machines have a lot more different weird products. You can choose from sake, flying fish soup, self freezing bottled Coca Cola, bananas, umbrellas, eggs, oranges, hamburgers, ramen, energy drinks, condoms, underwear, socks that look like sushi, breathing masks and puppies.