by Jade Broer and Michele Kidd
Rumors have been going around lately that the vending machines are being taken out. They were completely bare without any snacks. But there was a reason as to why they were bare.
The company that stocks the vending machines, Canteen, took over a new company and have been basically starting from scratch. The people who originally filled MHS’ vending machines have been replaced, making the normal routes delayed.
So there is no need to worry about the vending machines disappearing, they’re here to stay. But they are only for use at lunch.
“The vending machines are only supposed to be used at lunch time,” Mrs. Dawn Blake said.
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