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Organic milk comes to vending machines
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14 September 2012
On 14 September 2012 United Press International reported:
Residents of a small British town of Kingham say they enjoy being able to buy organic, non-homogenized milk from Guernsey cows -- from a vending machine. The machine belongs to Adam and Caroline Fleming, who run the nearby Nell's Dairy. The Flemings said the refrigerated vending machines -- they've just installed a second in town -- means they can sell their milk to locals at any time of day or night, long after the local supermarket has closed for the evening.
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