How much is a vending machine worth?

Vending machines are increasingly common in malls, grocery stores, convenience stores and other stores where people can pay for things with credit cards or cash.

Vending machine income is often used to pay for goods such as clothing and shoes, according to NerdWallet, which tracks consumer spending.

NerdWallet estimates vending machine sales rose 7.6% last year to $1.6 billion, up from $1 billion a year ago.

Some retailers such as Target and Dollar General are using vending machine revenue to pay vendors and suppliers, such as delivery companies, to deliver goods.

Some manufacturers, like Vons, use vending machine earnings to pay employees and customers.

Sales at grocery stores grew 2.2% last week to $7.1 billion, but a much smaller 3.3% increase was reported for the grocery chain CVS.

A few other stores have reported sales growth, such the chain Taco Bell.

Other companies are looking to capitalize on this growing interest in vending machines.

Walmart is using vending machines as part of its loyalty program, while Costco said it was investing $250 million to expand vending machines and make them more convenient.

In 2018, McDonald’s spent $1 million on vending machines, while Target spent $500,000.

But vending machine companies say their machines are more profitable because they allow customers to pay with credit card or cash, rather than cashiers checks.

“We believe that the benefits of the machines outweigh the risks associated with them,” said Paul Tompkins, president of the American Vending Machine Association, which represents about 100 vending machine manufacturers.

Vons is a subsidiary of the retail giant Kroger.