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If you’ve ever wanted to buy a dickies or other snack, you’re in luck.

According to the makers of the snack, a huge market is ripe for an app-enabled food vending machine.

The app-only food vending system will come to the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and Singapore later this year, according to the Food Marketing Institute, a trade group for food marketers.

In Canada, the company says it plans to roll out a new food vending app to help users locate vending machines and other products.

“We think it’s going to be a really important thing for food consumption and for consumer engagement,” says Jim Lepp, director of product innovation for the Food Innovation Lab at the institute.

“It’s just a really big deal.”

What’s new in this app-focused food vending technology?

A lot, according in part to Lepp.

“This is a big shift in the food market,” he says.

“I think it will be transformative for the food industry.”

The Food Innovation Institute says that the app-centric vending system has been tested in the United Arab Emirates, Singapore and Singapore, and in the Philippines.

The Food Marketing Lab is currently evaluating a version of the app in Japan, and Lepp expects to announce the availability of the technology in the next few weeks.

“In Asia, the food companies are very interested in the technology,” he notes.

“If you want to find a vending machine, there are thousands of them.

We have a very high percentage of food vending machines, but we don’t have an app to find them.”

Lepp says that, with the app, the average user could search the vending machines in an app, which could be useful for people who have never been to one.

“You could search for the vending machine by name,” he explains.

“That would be useful if you want, say, a bag of chips.”

The app is also designed to help consumers avoid vending machines that are close to home.

“When you go to a vending shop, you can’t see the whole store,” Lepp adds.

“The vending machine is right next to your home, so it’s not as convenient.”

But the app also provides other convenience.

Lepp points to one of the major drawbacks to the traditional vending machine experience.

“A lot of the time, you just leave the machine, because there’s no vending machine in the neighborhood,” he tells Newsweek.

“Vending machines are in your front yard, so you don’t want to be walking past a vending kiosk and have to go in there.”

Leop P, the CEO of a startup called Food Innovation Labs, says that this vending-only approach is ideal for a variety of reasons.

The startup is looking at making it easier for people to purchase goods and services in a convenient, efficient way.

It’s also hoping to build on the success of other app-based food vending solutions.

“People want a convenience, they want to know what’s on sale, they’re not going to leave the store because they’re hungry,” Leop says.

Food Innovation, which Lepp cofounded in 2014, has been trying to help restaurants and restaurants across the country better serve customers by offering vending solutions, and has invested in startups such as Spoon and Sushi, as well as food retailers such as Walmart and Costco.

Food innovation has been a major part of Lepp’s startup growth story.

He was hired to head up the food innovation team at Whole Foods, and he and his team started Food Innovation after working for Whole Foods for five years.

“My dream is to get to a point where I can start doing this in my own backyard, in my neighborhood,” Lepe says.

But Leop is also working with the Food Institute to create a food vending platform that will be available in Canada and in Australia, and it is working on a version in Japan.

And he and Food Innovation have been working on an app that will help consumers find vending machines at restaurants and retail outlets.

“Food Innovation Labs is focused on the delivery of food to the consumer,” Leipp says.

He adds that the Food Industry Innovation Network is also a major partner in Food Innovation.

“They are the go-to place for food innovation in this country,” Lepper says.

Leop, Lepp and Food Industry Initiatives The company is looking to bring the technology to the U.S., where it has been working with a food technology company to develop an app.

The company says the Food Technology Company, which is based in North Carolina, will also be the exclusive vendor of the Food Intelligence App.

The team will work on the app for food vendors and other companies to get the app ready for a public release later this month, according a statement from the Food Technologies Company.

Leipp and his Food Innovation team are also working on building the app with an international team of food marketing experts, who will work with Food Innovation