Healthy London Vending Machines Improving Diets & Changing Perceptions
Updated: Nov 18, 2020
Shrove Tuesday? Pancakes
Breakfast? Cereal or toast
Dinner? Home cooked meal
Lunch? Whatever I can get my hands on
Vending Machines? Chocolate bars & crisps and fizzy drinks.
There are few things better than a fresh salad on a hot summers day or coming home to a home cooked meal, and it would of course be borderline sacrilegious not to have Turkey at Christmas or pancakes on Pancake Day.
Some traditions don’t need changing.
However, others have room for improvement. The belief that vending machines only distribute trashy food, and lunch being ‘whatever you can get your hands on’, can now be relegated to the past.
The Jar Healthy Vending - Fresh Food Vending Machines Changing Your Perception Of Vending Machines Forever
The Jar Healthy Vending Machines in London, situated in various and ever increasing locations in London, are at the forefront of revolutionising the vending industry with the introduction of their healthy food machines full of delectable delights.
In a time where we have ever increasing options when it comes to a quick meal on the go, The Jar - Healthy Vending are looking to trump their less healthy rivals by providing freshly prepared restaurant-standard meals available at the click of a button.
Convenient Food Without The Sacrifice In Quality - You Can Have It All With Healthy Vending Machines In London, UK
In order to increase the shelf life of savoury produce, numerous additives must be applied - additives that ironically subtract from the nutritional value of food. What’s the answer? That’s easy, keep things fresh! At The Jar - Healthy Vending constantly replenish their machines with fresh ready to go meals, prepared close by at the hand of local chefs - increasing their target audience and delivering their tantalising food options to the public in one fell swoop.
Changing people’s eating habits, improving diets and revolutionising the vending industry are at the forefront of our agenda - a three-pronged attack to change people’s perception of vending machine’s capabilities for good.