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Choosing Between Vending, Micro Markets, and Pantry Service: 7 Things to Consider

Vending machines are a popular option for providing quick, convenient snacks – but they’re not the only option anymore. Now, micro markets can provide self-service retail for a broader range of snack, meal, and beverage options, and a pantry service can offer even more variety. But which choice is right for you? Although these options are certainly not mutually exclusive, one or more will result in the best experience for your employees as well as any customers that may come to your location.


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Case Study - Maximus Federal Drives Employee Satisfaction with Vending, Coffee, and Micro Market Services from Florida Fresh

Staff at the Jacksonville office, which supports the US Department of Education’s Office of Federal Student Aid, loves the convenience and flexibility of Florida Fresh’s snack and meal options


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Finding Your Perfect Cup: 3 Key Decisions to Make about Office Coffee

You can’t start your morning (or fight the post-lunch slump) without it – coffee! In the workplace, our relationship with coffee and other hot beverages has experienced a shift. Gone are the days when generic drip coffee and powdered creamer were the only options. Now, a variety of choices are available for your caffeine fix. And workers, especially in the Millennial generation, demand more choices which often require different office coffee equipment and higher-end products.


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Micro Markets: What You Need to Know

Micro markets are self-checkout retail spaces located in your workplace that offer a range of fresh food and beverage products, giving employees more lunch and snack options without having to leave work.

With a broader range of on-site food options and easy-to-use touchscreen checkout kiosks, along with a friendlier feel...


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The 4 Most Important Factors When Choosing a Vending Service

We spend more waking hours at work than we do with our own families. In fact, the average person spends more than 90,000 hours at work over the course of a lifetime. In a tight labor market, employers need to be thinking about every possible avenue to ensure employees remain happy and engaged at work.


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