LA Malls Unveil Caviar Vending Machines

Charging up to $500 for caviar, other delicacies

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    TK
    L.G. Patterson
    Beverly Hills Caviar has installed vending machines in Los Angeles-area malls to sell the expensive delicacy (not the caviar shown in this file image).

    Chips, candy, soda -- and now caviar.

    Vending machines hawking the expensive delicacy were unveiled in Los Angeles-area shopping centers last week, the Daily Mail reported

    Stocked by Beverly Hills Caviar, these “caviar ATMs” also offer truffles, escargot, blinis, oils, Mother of Pearl utensils, gift boxes and gourmet salts.

    No dollar bills here, though, as the caviar prices range from $50 to $500 an ounce, according to Los Angeles Magazine. For customers’ convenience, some of the machines are open until 2 a.m., reported the food blog Eater.

    The machines are available at the Burbank Town Center, the Topanga Westfield Mall and Century City Mall.