A Costco snack machine is now a part of the Indian food menu.
A vending machine that can make Indian food easier to order at a fast food restaurant is available in India.
A new Indian vending machine can make a snack easier to buy at a supermarket.
Costco India said it has developed the “Indias Smart Snack” machine, which is capable of making Indian food even easier to eat at a quick-service restaurant.
The vending machine is capable to make Indian dishes even easier and easier to find and order.
Costco India president, Anil Kumar said the machine is available to customers of the India’s largest supermarket chain, JD.
The vending machine has a total capacity of 15 kilograms and can be used for filling Indian dishes such as samosas, koftas, chutneys and fried chicken.
The new machine can also serve snacks to guests at a buffet.
The food will be served at a low price.
The new machine will be available in select outlets in the country and cost about Rs 2,500.
Costcom is also launching a similar vending machine, the “Costco Plus”, in India, Costco said in a statement.