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VA is undergoing a period of change and five of positions need to be filled on the Board this month.

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1 x machines & components representative Positions include:

SCI-MX Nutrition has launched a new brand to the UK grocery market, PRO 2GO. A range of high protein snacks designed to appeal to todays’ health-conscious consumer. Steve Rich, Sales & Marketing Director said, “With our heritage in protein and extensive research into today’s lifestyle category, we have created a brand to appeal to consumers that want healthy and accessible high protein snacks that meet their needs throughout the day. Active Lifestyle Nutrition, routed in high protein, is one of the strongest scalable markets in the UK where we see year on year value growing in excess of 20%. The category will exceed £100m by the end of this year with scale driven by convenient solutions where Protein Bars alone are growing 41%. To

awareness of PRO 2GO amongst target consum investing significantly with a £5 million campaig To support this lau

visibility across the trade.”

The range includes indulgent gooey bars, with a liquid centre; raw bars which are vegan & come in two convenient portions each less than 100 calories, high fibre flapjacks and gluten free bakes which provide a savoury alternative to everyday crisps. Price points range at RRP 89p - £2.49.

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Representatives of companies that are full members of the AVA 3 x vending operator representative 1 x commodities representative

the workings of the AVA VA to ensure that member interests are best

Board members have the opportunity to: served.

• make their mark on the industry

• influence the future of vending and of the AVA • take a broader view of vending

VA • work alongside other vending leaders

To stand for election to the Board applicants need to complete and return a nomination form by the closing date May 15, 2019.

• reap rewards fromnetworking with others in the vending world and • create new friendships and alliances To


The Board meets four times a year and helps to shape and guide are eligible to take the posts.

Nayax’s latest cashless payment and telemetry device introduces cash acceptance


Global fintech company Nayax launched its latest payment device at the NAMA Show in Las Vegas, the VPOS Fusion.

In addition to the cashless payment capabilities for which Nayax is known, VPOS Fusion sees cash acceptance capabilities added via third party bill validators, offffering consumers a cash payment option.

The bill validator support will be provided by technology providers ICT, Pyramid Te and Innovative Technology.

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With the introduction of VPOS Fusion, Nayax operators give everyone the option of a wide array of payment methods. The choices include credit and debit cards,mobile app payments,QR codes, prepaid cards, Nayax’s own payment app,MonyxWallet, and now cash. In addition, the VPOS Fusion features a colour touchscreen and voice interaction. Operators of unatt

ttended machines gain access to telemetry and consumer engagement promotions, remote monitoring and device access, and cash accountability. With sales reports and real-time machine data, and an extensive alert system, operators are

never out of touch with the happenings of their businesses. The Nayax team has also added digital marketing tools for loyalty and repeat sales with its consumer engagement platform and payment app,MonyxWallet. Nayax CEOYa

Yair Nechmad says: “Nayax is committed to strengthening unatt ttended machine operators’ business needs and we’re

continuously making our offffering better.With the VPOS Fusion, we’ve combined cash and cashless payments in one device.We understand that customers approach payments difffferently and wanted to offffer a device that addresses every consumers’ payment preferences. This ensures that no customer will be turned away and no sale opportunity is missed.”

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