Flash 11/02

Grocery shop from a vending machine
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The Shop 2000, an 18-foot vending machine that sells everything from eggs and milk to diapers and DVDs, is being tested in Washington, DC. Called "automated convenience stores," similar machines are already being used in Japan and Europe.

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