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Category: Healthy Vending At Work

Everyone has experienced it—the dreaded 3 p.m. slump. You feel tired and drained and just don’t feel productive. We all deal with it, but how can you avoid it? Instead of eating junk food, try fueling up with a healthier option. It just so happens that eating healthy snacks at work helps to improve workplace […]

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Making healthier food choices has been shown to enhance workplace productivity, increase concentration and other positive health benefits. As employers are realizing a strong correlation between a healthy work environment and happier, healthier, more productive employees, it just makes good sense to encourage healthy habits. After all, healthy vending machines in the workplace benefit employee […]

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Just because a snack is packaged doesn’t mean it can’t be healthy. While vending machines are often stocked with processed, high-calorie junk food, the tide is turning toward the consumer trend of healthier eating on-the-go. These days, it’s easy to find healthier vending machine snack alternatives with options like nuts, dried fruits, whole grains and […]

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Modern vending machines are a far cry from the ones used 30 or more years ago. The vending machine business has changed considerably over recent years. Today’s machines deliver a wide variety of foods, not just drinks and snacks. Because these machines are high-tech, they are energy-efficient and integrate with specialized business software to manage […]

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According to a new report by food producer Mondelēz International, consumers’ dietary preferences are changing throughout the world. The debut State of Snacking report, developed in partnership with consumer polling specialist The Harris Poll, finds people want smaller bites throughout the day, healthy choices and quality ingredients. And this preference shines through in the Millennial […]

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The Link Between Diabetes and Heart Disease November is American Diabetes Month. In partnership with the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, this year’s iteration raises awareness of the link between diabetes and heart disease. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, the longer a person has diabetes, the higher […]

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