The machines have been installed at Mayor Yury Luzhkov's office and 32 other government and affluent office locations around the city, with more machines planned for sites including the Russian parliament, Britain's Daily Telegraph reported Friday.
The tins and glass jars of the luxury food, available in various sizes, dispense for $5 to $20.
The machines have proven popular with civil servants, leading the machine at the mayor's office to break down Friday, The Telegraph reported.
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