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Milk ATM Business Plan For A New Investor

To conduct a cost analysis on a milk ATM business in Kenya, we need to consider the various expenses involved in starting and running the business. Here are the key costs to consider:

  1. Milk ATM machine: The cost of a milk vending machine can range from Ksh. 100,000 to Ksh. 300,000 depending on the size, capacity, and features. A basic model that can hold up to 200 liters of milk can cost around Ksh. 150,000.
  2. Location: You will need to rent or lease a space to install the milk ATM machine. The cost of rent or lease will depend on the location and size of the space. In some cases, you may be able to negotiate a revenue-sharing agreement with the landlord.
  3. Licensing and permits: To operate a milk ATM business in Kenya, you will need to obtain a business permit from the county government and a food hygiene certificate from the Ministry of Health. The cost of obtaining these licenses and permits can vary, but it typically ranges from Ksh. 10,000 to Ksh. 20,000.
  4. Milk supply: The cost of milk will depend on the volume and quality of milk you require. The price of milk can vary depending on the season, but it typically ranges from Ksh. 35 to Ksh. 50 per liter.
  5. Utilities: You will need to pay for electricity and water to operate the milk ATM machine. The cost of utilities will depend on the consumption and tariff rates in your area.
  6. Maintenance and repairs: You will need to maintain and repair the milk ATM machine regularly to ensure that it is functioning properly. The cost of maintenance and repairs will depend on the frequency and severity of issues.
  7. Marketing and advertising: You will need to promote your milk ATM business to attract customers. The cost of marketing and advertising can vary depending on the channels and strategies used.

Based on these costs, we can estimate the total startup cost and monthly expenses for a milk ATM business in Kenya as follows:

Startup costs:

  • Milk ATM machine: Ksh. 150,000
  • Licensing and permits: Ksh. 20,000
  • Rent: Ksh. 15,000
  • Initial milk supply: Ksh. 50,000
  • Marketing and advertising: Ksh. 10,000
  • Total startup cost: Ksh. 245,000

Monthly expenses:

  • Milk supply: Ksh. 150,000
  • Utilities: Ksh. 5,000
  • Maintenance and repairs: Ksh. 5,000
  • Rent: Ksh. 15,000
  • Marketing and advertising: Ksh. 5,000
  • Total monthly expenses: Ksh. 180,000

Assuming an average selling price of Ksh. 50 per liter and a daily sales volume of 200 liters, the monthly revenue for the milk ATM business would be Ksh. 300,000. This would result in a monthly profit of Ksh. 120,000, after deducting the monthly expenses.

Note that the actual costs and revenue for a milk ATM business in Kenya may vary depending on factors such as location, competition, and market demand. It is important to conduct a thorough market analysis and cost analysis before starting a milk ATM business.

Milk ATM Business In Kenya, feedback from happy customer in Nairobi

Its Saturday afternoon when the team from Tassmatt Limited delivered and installed the brand new 200L milk atm to a customer in Nairobi Kawangware, the happy customer had previous day made an order online at and was followed by a phonecal from Tassmatt representative.

According to wikipedia, the 2009 Kenya Population and Housing Census, Kawangware’s population was 133,286 people at this time. It is estimated that 65% of the population are children and youths. Most inhabitants live on less than $2 (although they earn in shillings) a day and unemployment is high; many are self-employed traders. There is a diversity of ethnic backgrounds. Kawangware slum has more posho mills than bars, making it an ‘ugali nation’ for its over 130,000 mouths whose palates, unlike those of other Nairobians, have no time for supermarket unga, the grade-one sifted maize meal favoured by middle-class stomachs.

This according to Mr Wanjau, the investor of the new milk atm is an ideal area for milk business, the high population with low income would get affordable safe milk from as low as 10Kshs.

Mr Wanjau has setup the milk business as an add-on to his local shop that he sells common day to day household commodities.

“I am very delighted and happy, i normally don’t do online shopping by today i got a sure bet, the machine is here, its working well, the support and advice from Tassmatt team is on another level, i would recommend anyone who wants to invest on a milk atm to consult Tassmatt, they are the wizzards, am looking foward to install two other machine before August” Said Mr Wanjau

About Milk ATM Business in Kenya

The milk ATM business in Kenya has gained popularity in recent years, especially in urban areas where there is a high demand for fresh and affordable milk. Milk ATMs are essentially vending machines that dispense milk from a refrigerated storage unit. Customers can use their mobile phones to pay for the milk, which is dispensed into their own containers.

To start a milk ATM business in Kenya, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Conduct market research: Before starting any business, it is important to understand the market demand, competition, and pricing. Research the local market to determine the demand for fresh milk, the competition, and the pricing of other milk products.
  2. Identify a suitable location: Look for a location that is easily accessible and visible to potential customers. The location should be close to residential areas and have access to a reliable source of electricity and water.
  3. Obtain the necessary licenses and permits: To operate a milk ATM business in Kenya, you will need to obtain the necessary licenses and permits from the relevant government authorities. This includes a business permit from the county government and a food hygiene certificate from the Ministry of Health.
  4. Purchase and install the milk ATM machine: Purchase a high-quality milk vending machine that is designed to dispense fresh milk. Install the machine in a visible and secure location, and ensure that it is regularly maintained and cleaned.
  5. Source high-quality milk: Work with local dairy farmers or milk processors to ensure a steady supply of high-quality milk. Ensure that the milk is fresh and safe for consumption, and that it is stored at the correct temperature.
  6. Market your business: Use social media, local newspapers, and flyers to promote your milk ATM business. Offer discounts and promotions to attract new customers, and provide excellent customer service to retain existing customers.

Overall, the milk ATM business in Kenya can be a profitable and rewarding venture, provided that you conduct thorough research, obtain the necessary licenses and permits, and provide high-quality and affordable milk to your customers


How i make Kshs 200,000 from milk atm business in Nairobi West

As the business of milk atm keep raising and raising, we have witnessed entrepreneurs making huge profits and maximizing existing businesses through use of milk atm machine and cooking oil atm as an addon. This has been attributed to quality standards by milk atm sellers in Kenya like Tassmatt Limited.

Victor is an entrepreneur who runs a milk ATM machine business in Nairobi. He shares a story of how he makes a monthly profit of at least Ksh200, 000.

“I am Victor and I own Milk ATM Machine in Nairobi West. I started the business in 2014, when milk was in a great demand and only supermarkets were having ATM machines.

My parents wanted me to be an accountant, but I ignored them and went my own way-that was after I graduated in 2013.

The decision to start this business was motivated by the fact that most people in Nairobi are not fond of buying packaged milk from companies like Fresha and Brookside. They believe the price of this milk is exaggerated.

I first inquired from one of the supermarkets in Nairobi how I can get a milk ATM machine. That was the time I realized even OLX (the former JIJI) has a variety of this. I went straight to OLX and searched for the machine, only to be told it was going for Ksh 200,000 at the time. The shock almost forced me to give up.

After two weeks of figuring out what to do, I decided to take a loan from Equity Bank using my title deed. Luckily, Equity offered to give me a loan of Ksh 500,000, which I used to set up my business.

In 2014, approached Kenya Dairy Board for a license .Then I went for a trading license from Nairobi County. I also took Ksh 180, 000, which I paid for my milk ATM Machine at Tassmatt Limited at their Umoja showroom.

Setting up the business cost me Ksh 350,000.

After setting up the business, the major challenge was where to source the milk. initially,I thought it was easy until I realized most people take their milk to big companies like KCC and Brookside. To convince them, I had to pay more than what these companies paid. I now source the milk from Kajiado, Limuru  and Kiambu.

How I make Ksh 200,000 per month from milk atm business.

I but a litre of milk at Ksh 80 and sell at 90,making a profit of Ksh 10 per litre.i supply the milk to 4 schools,5 hotels and  and also sell to individuals who visit my shop. In a single day, I manage to sell 800-100 liters of milk, which yield between Ksh 8,000 to Ksh10,00.

When I subtract my expenses, I remain with Ksh 6,000-Ksh7,500.

Advantage of milk atm business

One advantage of Milk ATM Machine is that once the milk arrives at my shop, the only work I do is to ensure it’s in the machine and the place is clean. I actually don’t have a lot of work to do”

Lesson I have leant on milk atm business

One lesson I have learnt is, in business you are not supposed to postpone anything; if you have an idea implement it, regardless of whether you have capital or not. If capital is the major hindrance, simply go for unsecured loan or look for money from friends and family members”.

The Trends On Milk ATM Business In Kenya 2023

Milk vending ATM machine, popularly known in Kenya as milk ATM, is an innovation for retailing milk, with automation design to dispense chilled, pasteurized, and ready to drink milk. Automation offers several comparative safety and business opportunities in milk retailing. Automation minimizes milk handling, which should enhance hygiene and assure quality and safety to consumers. Automated milk dispensing is a quicker and easier means to measure any volume of milk that a consumer may want.

milk atm by Tassmatt Limited being delivered in Umoja
milk atm by Tassmatt Limited being delivered in Umoja

An ATM is an automated facility that dispenses chilled, pasteurized, ready-to-drink milk that is sold unpackaged. The ATM offers several advantages. For the business, they eliminate packaging and processing which lower retail prices, and automated business transactions ease monitoring of sales turnover. Consumers expect ATM milk from Milk ATM to enhance hygiene and offer affordable milk of any desired volume, matching their variable purchasing capacities.

Recent economic surveys in Kenya show a steady growth in sales of processed milk and dairy products (KNBS, 2016). The demand is likely greater among urban consumers, given their higher incomes and changing dietary habits with trend towards more milk and meat. Coupled with this increase are innovative businesses that have emerged to deliver affordable pasteurized milk to consumers through dispensing machines, popularly known as ‘milk ATMs’ in Kenya.

Milk ATMs are now widespread in Kenya and are located in various strategic outlets: retail shops, farms, cooperatives, supermarkets and milk bars. As part of the growing Kenyan dairy industry, the ATM enterprises are expanding, even as safety of fluid milk remains a highly debated issue of public concern. Operating an ATM requires reliable power and a clean water supply to ensure milk quality is not compromised. Regulations require that the ATM is cleaned once every 24 hours to assure high quality of milk and to minimize loss from spoilage. If you are keen follower of our articles, you will notice that companies such as Tassmatt Limited supplies Milk ATM Vending Machines that have self cleaning capacity. A user does not need to clean it manually.

Though milk ATM  is an emerging innovation in milk retailing, information about the ATM as a retailing enterprise and their value offer for quality milk is scanty. On this Milk ATM Kenya Website, we normally highlight most of our findings at a consumer and business point of view. We collect information from the raw field and this helps us to improve the quality of Milk ATM Machines manufactured and supplied by in Kenya, the quality of milk too.

The growing milk ATMs retail innovation offers good business opportunities and is attracting consumers
because of the competitively priced milk they offer. The exponential growth in milk retailing through ATMs is indicative of its potential to expand the country’s level of milk processing and this expansion could reduce the
challenges of the dominant raw milk market in Kenya.

Message To Potential Milk ATM Investors In Kenya

  • The milk ATM market segment has potential to be a game changer in expanding the formal milk market in Kenya.
  • While the exponential growth of the ATM milk market is concentrated in a few towns; under right conditions this can expand to other towns.
  • Affordability of ATM milk offers the potential of upgrading the formal milk market share, especially if quality concerns are addressed. The raw milk market is the biggest competitor for ATM milk.
  • ATM milk is purchased by consumers of all income categories, but mostly by low- and middle-income earners.
  • Some consumers’ perceptions of quality and safety of ATM milk impedes growth of the segment.
  • The ATM milk market has stimulated a diverse business ecosystem with enormous business and employment opportunities, also for youth and women.

Development can further be boosted by policy and regulations and  Business development support.


You can now order milk atm vending machine in Kenya online and get it delivered and installed

Milk ATM Machines continue to dominate the milk dispensing market in Kenya, today, Tassmatt Limited have come up with a tool to ease buyers hustle while comparing machines in terms of cost, capacity, performance and effectiveness. is a new webshop in Kenya that lists milk atm machines, milk atm spare parts, milk pasteurizers, milk coolers, milk chillers and spare parts. the one stop online shop offers clients what they need in a timely and fashionable manner.

We have offers running now and then and you can get the best milk atm machine at a very cheap price while buying online. We deliver, install and train users on how to maintain, clean and handle.

Tassmatt milk vending machine has a cooler which helps keep the milk fresh for a long period of time. The milk vending machine has a PLC which performs all the technical functions of the machine which include resetting of the machine’s password, resetting the prices, checking daily and weekly sales and processing the sales as per the customer’s purchase. It is well branded making it attractive to the customers or the market target. Tassmatt milk atm machine is movable and can be transported from one area to another.


You can now buy milk ATM vending machine online and get it delivered at your doorstep

The milk business in Kenya continues to grow, this has been attributed to the recent support to dairy farming by many county governments in Kenya. The rise of milk business has seen a steady increase in milk machines like milk atms, milk coolers, milk pasteurizers and others. With the current increase on cost of living in many nations across the word, attributed to the pandemics and wars, the low income consumers continue to depend on milk especially on many African homesteads.

As the milk and milk atm machines continue to grow, Tassmatt Limited has come up with a virtual online store to help buyers choose the best milk atm machines and tools according to their budget – . The website offers best deals especially with the current black Friday deals on milk atms. A buyer can simply make an order online, seek advise, compare machines and get the machine delivered, installed and commissioned at his/her desired premise. Tassmatt, according to its website, assist milk atm buyers in Kenya obtain the necessary permits for a smooth running of their milk atm business, this includes a permit by the milk industry regulator, Kenya Daily Board and the taxman Kenya Revenue Authority.

Understanding Milk ATM In Kenya

A milk ATM functions similarly to a typical bank ATM, with the exception that it accepts coins and dispensing milk (simply put). Although this is not a novel concept in Kenya, as numerous supermarkets currently provide it. With so many upcoming estates in our urban areas, as well as an abundance of raw milk from our diligent farmers, there is no reason why you should not profit from this opportunity. Let’s see how you get started with this milk dispenser business plan on how to pump good cash from a milk dispenser.

Guidelines to help you buy a good milk ATM machine.

  • If you are buying somewhere else appart from Tassmatt Limited, accredited sellers of milk atm machines in Kenya by Kenya Dairy Board, check whether the supplier is approved by KDB
  • Get one with an integrated chiller. Milk is a perishable item that must be kept cool.
  • If importing, consider purchasing the machine in pieces to be built locally.
  • In general, search for a machine that is simple to operate. Preferably one whose technology is understandable even by children.
  • Look for a machine with readily available spare parts nearby, and insist on warranty coverage on all purchases. Thanks to Tassmatt Limited as you can just buy milk atm spare parts online in Kenya

Reliable supplier of milk for milk atm

Suppliers can make or break a business. If you really want to succeed in this business of milk atm in Kenya you will need to identify a reliable source of milk. On this end you have two options; you can source directly from farmers or buy from companies that sell to businesses that sell milk with ATMs. These companies distribute milk to milk ATM businesses especially in Nairobi.

The advantage of going for the latter option is that it saves you from the hustle of collecting, transporting and pasteurizing the milk. Because you actually don’t need huge volumes of milk unless you are operating a chain of milk ATMs this is the best option. The main disadvantage is that the profit margins might be a bit lower because you are buying from a supplier who has already added their mark-up.

On the former option if you be collecting transporting and pasteurizing the milk on your own. The advantage is that the milk is has more butter fat because it hasn’t been processed to remove some batter fat that is used to make by-products like ghee and cheese. On the flip side as said earlier you have to go though the hustle of collecting, testing, pasteurising and transporting the milk. For small quantities of milk this doesn’t make any economic sense.

A premises with clean drinking water

Clean water is very essential for this type of business. You need a reliable source of clean drinking water. This can be gotten from the city council water connected to that building or you buy from a clean water vendor and store it in a storage tank. The water is essential for maintaining cleanliness in the business premises and washing the milk handling equipment. As it is widely known milk is a very delicate commodity that easily gets spoil by bacteria that are either in the milk or in surfaces and equipment that handles the milk.

Food handling certificate

As seen above, milk needs to be handled in the most hygienic manner. This hygiene has to start with those handling the milk as well as their health status. To ensure that the people handling are in the right health status, they need a good handling certificate. In some counties, the business might itself must have a health certificate. Just check out with your local county offices what licences are needed for milk ATM business.


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8th Branch Of Supermarket Means 8th Delivery Of The Most Reliable Milk ATM in Kenya

Every day on our social media pages, we share the success deliveries made on milk atm vending machines by Tassmatt, this is to help create buyer awareness on TASSMATT brand in the Kenyan market.

When we started the journey of milk ATM, we had in mind the dairy industry in Kenya, milk business in Kenya and how we would help create a business model that would be a win from the dairy farmer to a consumer on highly populated urban centers.

Today, the journey of milk business has been a smooth one to those who took advantage and have expanded through the years as the cost of living keeps going up. This is not to justify that its late, infact the best time to start is now.

Buyers have been purchasing the milk atms as an add-on on their existing businesses like shops, supermarkets and also as startups.

Supermarket and Tassmatt Milk ATM in Kenya

Today we highlight a successful chain of supermarket that has been growing steadily, thank to milk atms by Tassmatt.

The owner Mr. T as we call him had this to say to our editor “It’s been a long journey, 5 years to be precise working with Tassmatt as the supplier of my Milk atm machines, cooking oil atm machine and also the water purification system that i use on the water dispensing unit that is right at the corner of the building

What i appreciate most is the ease of functionality, i can be able to tell what capacity in litres that have been dispensed at a particular time, thank to the reporting and password protected system on this milk atms, power consumption is also low, refrigeration unit on this milk atms works as expected, keep the milk cool, another thing i like is the fact that Tassmatt assist us to acquire the needed permits like KEBS and KRA without much hustle”

How to contact Tassmatt Milk ATM Sellers in Kenya

We are always open to receive a call via 0726-410068, you can also find us on facebook, google business and twitter.

Consider Tassmatt Milk ATM for your next milk atm project!! Indeed this answers the question on where to buy the best milk atm machine in Kenya

You can read about milk atm business in Kenya here

7 Milk ATM Machines To A Single Happy Investor In Bondo – 0726410068

After a months of research and business planning, the dairy farmers from Bondo, Western Kenya came up with a strategy to maximise profits by widening its milk value chain.

Today, they have acquired seven of the top best milk ATM vending machines from Tassmatt Agencies Limited, who are accredited sellers by the Kenya Dairy Board. They can now sell milk to consumers directly, this was after acquisition of milk pasteurizer earlier. It’s a requirement of KDB – who are the industry regulators – for milk ATM businesses to dispense pasteurized milk.

The Automated milk vending machine allows a customer to purchase milk of any quantity depending on the amount of money they have, doing away with the need to package a fixed quantity of the milk with a static amount of money, just by the touch of a button.

The milk ATMs also does away with the interference of middlemen from the infringing the daily value of the milk.
For the part of a seller, their role is to ensure that the machine has got always a sufficient level of the milk stock.

This Milk ATMs have got a feature that enables one to record their daily sales from the machine. This reprieves a business owner from the conventional sales recording and helps you get the most accurate data from all your sales recordings.

Even when the owner is away from their business premises, they can still be sure of getting well recorded sales. One thing about this feature, it is accumulative, meaning, the owner can keep on recording the sales over a longer period of time. Also, when you feel that those records are enough, they can be reset and a new record is start all over again.

With the password protection feature coming in handy, the owner can have total control over their records as no one else apart from you can have access to controls over it.

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Why queues at milk ATM dispensers are growing in Kenya

Sale of milk across the country has gone high-tech with the introduction of vending machines in urban centres that dispense milk just like money from an Automated Teller Machine.

Many supermarkets and outlets have acquired the equipment, which has seen consumers slowly drift away from purchasing packaged milk.

This has come as a relief for thousands of milk vendors who have, for years, been exploited by middlemen as they can now sell the produce directly to those who own vending machines.

At the same time, the fact that packaging cost is not factored, allows consumers to purchase the product at a cheaper price.

Sold by Tassmatt Agencies Limited, the company authorized to manufacture and assemble the best milk atm machines in Kenya, you can contact 0726410068 to place an order

The equipment allows users to purchase milk by depositing money — in coin form — and in turn receive varied milk quantities directly from the dispenser.

Moses Mwangi an attendant at Tuskys Supermarket in Nairobi, says most customers prefer to buy milk directly from the dispenser.

The supermarket, he says, sells up to 1,500 litres of milk per day. The product is purchased directly from contracted farmers.

Most outlets sell a litre of the milk at Sh65 compared to Sh100 for packaged milk. “Apart from the fact that it’s cheaper, consumers like the product because it is sourced directly from farmers,”  Mwangi says. The Sh7 million machine holds up to 2,000 litres of milk.

For large outlets like supermarkets, consumers are required to pay at the counter before the attendant dispenses the required quantity of milk. One can either buy a new container or use their own container to carry the product.

Hilda Githaiga, who has been purchasing milk from the ATM says besides being cheap, it is always fresh.

“I buy in large quantities and keep in my fridge for about a week. Purchasing directly from the dispenser is cheaper and you can always be sure of quality. I can’t remember the last time I bought packaged milk,”  Githaiga says.

Margaret Oyando says: “I love the fact that I can drink the milk without having to boil it.”

An attendant at the Naivas Supermarket, Mountain Mall branch in Nairobi, Paul Mtunya, says their machine holds about 1,000 litres.

He points out that the introduction of the dispenser has since posed competition to other processors who supply packaged milk.

“More people prefer buying milk directly from the dispenser because it is cheaper and you get value for money,” he said.

Nakumatt Supermarket has not been left out and most branches have installed the dispenser as well.

Returns on milk atm vending machine are enormous

“We cannot miss milk in this milk atm machine on a daily basis. We have been watching the market over a long time, and we now understand what they need. We will be moving to other branches very soon,” says Alfred Wesonga, an attendant.

Naivas Supermarkets sell a litre of milk at Sh65 while half a litre retails at Sh33. The same product at Uchumi and Nakumatt supermarkets costs Sh60.

Charles Boit, a businessman based in Eldoret, launched the initiative a year ago and says the returns are enormous. He reveals that he sells at least 1,000 litres of milk everyday and the demand has been growing. Boit sells a litre of milk at Sh60, which means on a daily basis, he earns Sh60,000 translating to Sh1.8 million monthly.

Ordinarily, milk is pumped directly from the farm to the coolers where it is pasteurised before being stored in the dispenser. Boit plans to set up another milk dispenser within the town and buy milk from farmers in the region.

“Our goal is to eliminate hawkers who frustrate consumers by selling low quality milk at high prices. We want to reach consumers at the comfort of their homes,” Boit said.

He says, “I was inspired to start the project because customers are looking for pasteurised fresh whole milk at a reasonable price since milk has, over the years, become very expensive.”

The fact that the machines have inbuilt boiling and pasteurisation compartments automatically meets the safety requirements of Kenya Dairy Board (KDB) – the sole regulator in the country.

Last year, KDB banned milk hawking as a quality and safety measure as well as to protect investors who own processing plants and have spent money on distribution systems.

However, there are still a number of milk hawkers upcountry who continue to exploit consumers.

The price of milk has been on the rise, a factor that has been attributed to increasing demand and changing weather patterns that influence production.

A milk ATM Vending machine dispatch to Kericho town

We promised to document on milk ATM machine distributions to our customers within and outside Kenya, today we had a pleasure to install and commission a milk vending ATM at one of our repeat customers shop in Kericho.

This shows how the demand and reliability of Tassmatt Agencies Limited ATM Machines. The customer, Bregeds Solution is now set to maximise its income from the newly installed machine.

“Tassmatt has been there for us, especially when i needed the KEBS and KRA permits from the first machine, they were of really help as they were able to assist on the flow process from the beginning to end” Said Mr Lagat to Farmers Trend Journalist

Our Milk ATM dispensers are convenient for vending milk in shop or a supermarket. We manufacture the dispensers of different carrying capacity as per the customer’s needs and preference. Tassmatt Milk ATM manufacturer in Kenya,

We also do branding of the dispensers as per the client’s descriptions where needed.

Functionality of our milk ATM dispensers :

  • Record total daily sales.
  • Take volume of the milk  that is fed into the dispenser and the remaining volume after sales.
  • Track sales via short message
  • Have self cleaning menu
  • Have user protection security (enhanced security via user password).

The milk dispenser, commonly called milk ATM is the main machine required for business promise good profit.  Milk ATM  come in varying sizes and designs– portable and wall – such as 150, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 200 and even 1,000 litres. As a result, they are refrigerated to preserve milk and can dispense any denomination of milk in 100ml units.

Milk Machine (ATM) essentially allows a consumer to buy milk for any amount of money they have eliminating the need for packaging  and knocks off  middlemen from the daily value . This has the end result of making the product more affordable and also create good profit to the owner.

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