The Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of vending machines that allow people to purchase food and other products from vending machines at supermarkets and other grocery stores.
The FDA’s approval means that all vending machines can be out of stock for up to 90 days.
Vending machines will still be able to accept credit cards, and people who are over 21 may purchase food, beverages and other goods from vending machine machines at their own convenience.
Vendors can also charge customers for the machines.
The vending machines were originally approved in February 2016 and were due to go into effect on March 1.