All 32 vending kiosks installed at supermarkets across Pennsylvania are expected to be back in operation, following a shutdown of as long as six weeks for repairs, according to The Pittsburgh Tribune Review in Pittsburgh, Pa.
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Editor's Insight: It's not surprising that the machines are going back into operation, given the success they had before being shut down due to malfunctions. The machines sold more than 31,500 bottles of wine through Dec. 18, for total sales of more than $330,000, according to the state.
Look for other states to follow Pennsylvania. 02-02-11 Elliot Maras