The dispenser allows users to buy milk by depositing money (coin form) then they receive varied milk quantities from the dispenser.
The users are also required to have clean containers to be able to get the ready-to-drink milk. This is made possible by Charles Boit a farmer in Eldoret.
Boit believes being forced to part with extra money to buy milk thanks to middlemen and the existence of monopoly dairy firms will now be a thing of the past.
Milk will be pumped directly from the farm to the coolers where pasteurization takes place before being transferred to the dispenser.
The system will allow closed process where milk is pasteurized and transferred to the ATM machine without coming to direct contact with humans.
The project that cost Sh7 million will be operational between 6am and 6pm but there are plans by the farmer to increase the time to 24 hours.The machine,has the capacity to hold up to 3,000 litres of milk daily.
Other places in Nairobi to get this product are in the Tuskys Supermarket chain, who have been seen embracing this technology.