The latest U.S. Trend Index from snack leader Frito-Lay polled consumers on their snacking preferences and priorities and found that the 90% of consumers who snack daily – care deeply about the companies whose snacks they're eating.
Remote Price Change, part of the Cantaloupe Seed Platform, helps vending operators manage prices on multiple machines from anywhere.
Vending and micro market businesses in the United States did their best to adjust to—and survive—the severe economic realities of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
US Vending News: NAMA welcomes EPA refrigerants proposal, will partner for uniform approach to safe, efficient alternatives
The National Automatic Merchandising Association today announced its support for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to phase down the production and consumption of hydrofluorocarbons.
Despite typically spending longer work hours when at home, most people enjoy working remotely and want the option to keep doing so after the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent Harvard Business School Online survey.
Having fans in the stands for this season’s MLB Opening Day will take on added meaning for America’s Pastime
Remember when vending machines were for snacks and soda? COVID-19 home test kits will soon be sold via vending machines in cities including New York. But they won’t be as cheap as a bag of chips.
BRUSSELS – The European Vending Association said it has updated its Covid-19 report, originally released a month ago. Updated findings reflect a marked improvement for vending and office coffee services businesses, but ongoing impact from Covid-19 restrictions remains severe.
Vending Industry News: PepsiCo Selects 10 Emerging Innovators to Grow Next Generation of Wellness Technologies
Health and wellness are central to Pepsico. The 10 finalists joining the CPG giant's fifth annual Greenhouse Accelerator offer market-ready health and wellness products.
When I say the words “vending machine,” what comes to mind? It’s probably a cold, metal box with bags of chips and candy bars lined up in coils behind glass. That metal box is probably tucked away in some poorly lit corner or alcove, and it keeps spitting your perfectly good dollar bill back out at you.