The Chattanooga Coca-Cola Company is raising the price of vending machine products by 25 cents, according to a letter from company representatives.
"We constantly strive to keep our cost at a minimum and do not take price decisions lightly," Jim Roberson, on-premise distribution manager, said in the letter. "Over the past several months, we have incurred price increases for raw materials."
The increase goes into effect Dec. 2, also according to the letter.
Officials with Chattanooga Coca-Cola couldn't immediately be reached for more information.
In related news, Coca-Cola is reportedly testing a vending machine in Spain that charges a different price depending on the weather.