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Types of Vending Machines
Small business owners who wish to operate a vending machine business have choices when it
comes to the types of vending machines the business will offer. Although people generally think
of snacks and soda vending machines, there are several other types’ self-serve vending
machines that offer products for people need and want in various situations and different
environments. A business owner may operate several vending machines in different settings and
for different target audiences.
Candy and Soda
The standard vending machine comes to mind is one that offers candy, snacks and sodas
for spare change. These machines are available in various locations, including office
buildings, schools, train and bus stations, mall and shopping facilities. Other types of
vending machines include gumball machines or smaller vending machines that only offer
specific types of candies including chocolates, hard candies or candies with a toy.
Some vending machines also offer freshly brewed coffee, hot chocolates or teas. This
type of vending machine allows users to choose specific types of coffees for a given price
and also provides the cup the coffee and milk or cream, if selected. Each vending
machine offers a full coffee menu. These vending machines are located in offices,
university and college environments and some shopping facilities.
A vending machine offering change in exchange for bills is also a useful vending
machine in certain environments. For example, this type of vending machine is useful in
places where change is required, such as parking garages or laundry shops. A changevending machine works by offering smaller bills and coins in exchange for larger bills or
Toiletries and Medical Supplies
Vending machines filled with toiletry and medical supplies are located in public
bathrooms at the airport, bars, restaurants and clubs. These vending machines provide
supplies, such as tampons, face cloths, teeth floss, small toothbrushes, toothpaste and
condoms. Those located in airports may also have deodorant and temporary body spray,
so travelers can refresh themselves after a long flight.
Some vending machines offer products, such as office supplies. These types of vending
machines are useful in scholastic settings, airports, libraries and career centers, where
students may be looking for work. These vending machines provide pens, paper, UBS
flash drives, notepads, pencil sharpeners, small staplers and mailing products, such as
envelops and stamps.
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