Milk vending machines
Vending machines are used world-wide. Take any shop or marketplace, and you will find vending machines of coffee, tea, snacks and drinks. They have become a part of our lives. Even in offices, there are coffee and other types of vending machines.
Nowadays, people have started thinking more about their health than ever before. Quite a number of people won’t use any vending machine they come across. Besides, parents prefer their children not to consume vending machine products as in their minds such products automatically fall into the junk-food category.
Milk vending machines are one of these things that can change customers’ minds and the entire image of vending business, though they are still rare compared to snacks and drinks dispensers. But now the idea of vended milk is rapidly hitting the vending machines market. In 2012, UK farmer Adam Fleming started selling his dairy’s milk in vending machines. Local people from that area responded extremely positively, as they found it very comfortable. A milk vending machine is also advantageous in that there is no chance of erroneous dispensation because of the programming. Milk vending machines are also convenient for people living far from stores. Milk can be flavoured using natural ingredients, making it more attractive to kids.
Though there are many raw milk providing shops and services in the UK, this new trend is going to take over the UK vending business soon.
Juice vending machines
Vending machines of different products are found and regularly used in many areas and shopping stores in the UK. People consider sodas, coffee and snacks their daily routine items while in office, travelling, playing or watching television. This is why vending is one of the best businesses to step into.
There are two types of juice vending machines. One prepares juice straight from the fruit, and the other has a factory-packed selection. Though the former option is healthier, it usually is more costly and requires making sure that the fruit in the vending machine stay fresh. Besides, having several different types of fruit in one vending machine makes it more difficult compared to a machine with only one option. However, users can get bored of the same taste if no alternatives are offered.
Nowadays, more and more people in the UK prefer juice to soda as a healthier and more natural alternative. Some people buy it as a refreshment after tiring work; others buy it because of the vitamins and other valuable nutrients. But one common thing that draws people to juice vending machines again and again is the great taste of freshness not found anywhere else.