Farmers follow in footsteps of other producers of fresh food who once manned roadside stalls for long hours but now use machines

In a change from chocolates and fizzy drinks, the French are starting to sell fresh oysters from vending machines.

One pioneer is Tony Berthelot, an oyster farmer whose automatic dispenser of live oysters on the Ile de Re island off France’s western coast offers a range of quantities, types and sizes 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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