New Brita Rehydration Zone system makes a splash

August 2005
Vending International;Aug2005, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p31
The article reports that a striking new Brita-filtered chilled water dispense machine from the company Aimia Foods, gives operators a real opportunity to grow their revenues as consumers in Great Britain become increasingly more aware of the benefits of healthy drinking. Developed by Aimia Foods, the technically superior Rehydration Zone system dispenses pure, chilled, filtered water, and uses unique microchip-monitored Brita water filters to ensure consistent quality.


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