01 Sep Micro Market Vending – The Future of Food Service
What is it?
The future of food service is becoming more and more sophisticated. While vending machines used to require inserting quarters, selecting A-10 and waiting as your favorite bag of chips or bar of candy dropped to the bottom, times are changing. The standard vending machine is quickly being surpassed by a new generation of high-tech devices that completely blow the original artifacts out of the water.
Micro market vending machines are unattended convenience stores that can be found in the community area of apartment buildings or in the kitchens and lounges of large corporations. This highly convenient method for shopping is catching the attention of many. These self-checkout kiosks accept a wide variation of payment options, making the consumer’s overall experience effortless.
How do you pay for items?
Vending machines are notorious for eating and stealing your money. With these tech-savvy machines, that will be a problem of the past. Kiosks will accept a wide range of payment options. People will either be able to use their credit or debit card or an obtained Micro Market card to pay for items. The Micro Market key-tag card is simple and beneficial for those who want to budget their weekly or monthly vending purchases. Putting funds on the card entails depositing cash or sliding a credit or debit card.
What’s in them?
All machines are unique. Products supplied depend on the client’s specifications. Depending on the space available and the needs of the client, the appropriate selection of goods will be customized. The fully programmed inventory guarantees cleanliness and freshness.
What makes them convenient?
- Ease for customers
- Multiple payment options
- Clients have more choices in products/sizes of products
- Healthier options
- Larger items so you can avoid a trip to the grocery store
- Automated, web-based inventory supervision makes managing and ordering new/additional products easy and fast
- Theft is minimal
With this new form of vending on the rise, healthier options can be made more convenient. But most importantly, with the wide variety of vendible products growing, vending is made even more user-friendly than before.