A Vending Box is a type of cardboard packaging used to sell dispensers or candy from a vending machine.
PEZ-branded vending machines were used in the 1960s and 70s to sell various dispensers or a batch of candy packs. To properly dispense the items from the machine they were sold inside small boxes. These machines were most prevalent in Europe but several examples are known to have been used in the United States. Numerous different vending boxes were produced over the years, often bearing artwork related to the specific dispenser or series being sold.