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Catering


Water systems


There are a number of stand-alone and compact units out there, giving you access to chilled and filtered water.


To brand or not to brand, that is the question


technology with a huge range of hot drink and snack vending machines available depending on your needs. Outlined below are some of the most popular vending varieties on the market today.


Further information


With over 50 years’ experience, LTT Vending has been providing workplaces, leisure centres, healthcare, retail and educational establishments with the best vending solutions around, delivering bean to cup, instant coffee, leaf tea, snack machines and wholesale supply. We deliver a premium end-


to-end service to our customers from initial consultation, machine installation, day-to-day operations to weekly maintenance. We take the pain out of vending solutions giving you time to focus on driving sales for your business. Our brand partners include


global brands Lavazza, Nestlé, MARS Drinks, Britvic and more which ensure you to attract brand loyal customers. Our comprehensive product offering includes a range of self-serve and table top hot beverage machines, cold drink and snack vending machines, water dispense units as well as an extensive range of wholesale ingredients for our products.


Our machine recommendations: Nescafe Barista Step, Flavia C500 and Lavazza Vitro


For information: Website: www.lttvending.co.uk Email: enquiries@lttvending.co.uk Phone: 03300 24 11 25


Self-serve hot drink machines If you’re looking for a solution that requires minimal resource to operate then a self-serve solution is ideal. Today, self-serve hot drink towers are available with coin and cashless payment systems and require minimal cleaning and maintenance. Branded units that offer a comprehensive drinks menu including a variety of coffee, hot chocolate, tea and soup remain popular for businesses looking to appeal to a varied range of consumers.


Table top coffee machines If you have less space to play with, a table top might be the best solution for you. Our bean-to-cup range serve the highest quality and freshest tasting coffee around. Table tops are also available with a soluble coffee offering depending on your needs and budget.


Snack machines Vending machine technology has advanced so much in recent years that you can now replace a staffed canteen with a hot food vending machine, generating huge savings on your catering budget. Vending options include a range of chilled, cold and hot food vending solutions.


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When implementing an on-the-go strategy, high on the list of considerations is whether to choose a branded or unbranded solution. In a market where consumers have more choice than ever, it’s increasingly difficult to attract new customers. A branded solution takes the pain out of this by instantly creating trust with prospect customers. Brands are progressively active on social media and this increased engagement has meant that consumers are more loyal than ever. If a consumer sees a brand they know and trust they are more likely to engage with it over a brand that is unfamiliar to them. In addition to this branded solutions are typically more visually appealing than unbranded solutions. Creating a visual impact is key in creating a positive experience for consumers and attracting repeat business. On top of this, global brands spend millions of pounds each year advertising their products to consumers – every penny spent by them is a penny spent attracting brand loyal customers to your outlet.


Customer support and aftercare In addition to choosing a solution and brand for your site it’s important to evaluate the training and aftercare offered by your chosen provider. Choosing a provider that is focused on providing comprehensive staff training is key to the success of your machine, after-all it’s your staff who will be running it on a day-to-day basis. In addition to this an operations manual is important for staff to use as a quick reference point should they encounter any issues when operating the machine. Other areas to be aware of include after sales support via phone or email. A proactive approach is important in ensuring the success of your machine.


References 1. European Vending Association 2014 2. AVA 2015 3. Neilsen 2014 4. enviableworkplace.com


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