Your business may not have the demand, or the space, or the budget for large free standing vending machines. So a compact or tabletop option might be more practical. Tabletop coffee vending machines (such as bean to cup, filter or capsule machines) are fairly commonplace and fit stylishly in any kitchen environment without taking up too much room. They still hold a good range of drinks selections and are perfect for quick, high quality hot drinks. A range of compact cold drinks and snack machines are also available, often combining food and drink in different chilling zones in one small cabinet or with just a few snack options in a small tabletop model. Small vending machines can also be used for unusual or specialist vending such as popcorn, fresh fruit or sweets.
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- How much energy does a vending machine consume?
- Can I save energy by unplugging my vending machines on weekends and holidays?
- What are my options for restocking and servicing my vending machine?
- What sort of cleaning/disinfecting is required for vending machines?
- How does a drinks vending machine keep drinks cold?
- What’s the best way to deal with users who lose money in my vending machine?
- What’s the difference between self-managed and fully-managed service vending machines?
- Which payment method is more user-friendly: coins or rechargeable cards?
- Which is the most fraud-proof type of vending machine?
- What infrastructure is required to install a vending machine?
- Can I move my vending machine from one room to another?