The machine combines water, flour, tomato sauce, and fresh ingredients to make a pizza in approximately three minutes. It includes windows so customers can watch the pizza as it is made. The pizza is cooked in an infrared oven. The device was invented by Claudio Torghele, an entrepreneur in Rovereto, Italy. The vending machine began in Italy and is now spreading into the United Kingdom and becoming popular there. The machine is made to create 100 pizzas before it needs to be refilled with its ingredients. It requires a weekly cleaning of about 45 minutes, and it also requires a daily cleaning that takes about 10 minutes.
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