The company behind the machines announced in a press release that the machines are being installed "just in time for Black Friday!" Shoppers can buy as much as 1 ounce of Imperial River Beluga Caviar for $500, according to Zagat.
In a Facebook post, the company describes the machines as "a unique caviar boutique" offering "a large selection of the world’s finest Selection of caviar, truffles, escargot, bottarga, blinis, oils, mother of pearl plates and spoons, gift boxes and gourmet salts."
In the United States, all shopping and leisure activities must be accompanied by snacking, even if your tastes are more expensive.
Los Angeles, in turns out, is late to the caviar vending machine party. Moscow introduced the machines two and-a-half years ago.