ERR News – In coming months, a project of the Central Union of Farmers will introduce organic milk vending machines in shopping centers so that Estonians can fill reusable bottles with unpasteurized milk for a 20 percent price increase.
Lithuania is already using similar machines, which originated from Italy and have proved a success, reported ETV.
“We have mapped out all of the country’s organic milk producers that are interested in selling their product through vending machines,” said the farmers’ association representative, Indrek Rohtma.
The first vending machines will be installed in January or February. Organizers hope to install around 10 to 20 machines in bigger towns by July.
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