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Device for automatically dispensing food products, such as food products to be cut into slices



Device for automatically dispensing food products, such as food products to be cut into slices



Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office Patents 1281(3)



The device comprises a cabinet with atmosphere controlled by refrigeration and/or supply of an inert gas to prevent the deterioration of the foodstuffs. Present in the cabinet is an automatic storage unit with container means for containing the products. The latter are to be fed towards an automatic slicing machine which carries out controlled slicing both as regards the thickness of the slices and as regards the number of slices and the weight of the sliced product. Finally, a delivery unit makes it possible to dispense the products outside the cabinet. Operation of the device is controlled by a unit, which is accessible to the user from outside the cabinet. Said unit is preferably arranged for payment using different paying means.

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