Fresh juice made in vending machine

Lackey, G.E.
March 1998
FoodService Director;03/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p166
Trade Publication
Discusses the prospects for the success of fresh fruit vending machines and machines that prepare and dispense fresh juice. Difficulty in predicting the success of a novelty vending machines; Availability and acceptance of raw materials; Issues of vend speed and machinery life; Features of Oranfresh and Nutri-Matic machines. INSET: Overcoming novelty reputation.


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