This is a Very Slow Vending Machine

Norwegian potato chip brand Totenflak has hit on a novel way to get noticed. It is proud of its careful production and attention to detail, so JCDecaux combined time, patience and surprise on two vending machines on Oslo Central Station. These had touchscreens and promised freshly baked and fried chips in a minute. Commuters inserted coins and then waited. Many gave up when nothing appeared after a few minutes, but those who were patient enough to wait six minutes were greeted by a seven-piece marching band accompanying a Totenflak employee, who brought fresh chips and placed them in the delivery slot of the machine. The YouTube video is below.