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CONTENTS In the November issue 4 INDUSTRY NEWS p20 The Vendies 2018


20 THE VENDIES 2018 Events as they happened at the premier


vending awards


p26 Sustainability


26 SUSTAINABILITY VI examines what vending can do to adopt


sustainable practices


29 NON-FOOD VENDING The advantages of vending non-food items


revealed


p29 Non-food vending


30 LEISURE VENDING VI explores the opportunities for operators in leisure facilities


p30 Leisure Vending


ESTABLISHED 1967


November 2018


CAFÉ NUEVA EXPAND THEIR RANGE TO INCLUDE TWO NEW ROASTERY OPTIONS!


Café Nueva reveal expansion of their coffee offering with a wider variety of quality artisan coffee solutions, lovingly made in the heart of the lake district.


To Discover more about Café Nueva products please call 01942 408600 or visit aimiafoods.com


PUBLICATION MANAGER: Jenny Thompson TEL: 01634 249422 EMAIL: jthompson@datateam.co.uk


FEATURES EDITOR: Heather Ramsden EMAIL: hramsden@datateam.co.uk


EDITORIAL: vending@datateam.co.uk ARTWORK EDITOR: Nic Mandeville


PUBLICATION DIRECTOR: Hannah Dedman EMAIL: hdedman@datateam.co.uk


CIRCULATION ENQUIRIES: Curwood CMS Ltd EMAIL: datateam@c-cms.com


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ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS: UK £69 OVERSEAS £115


PUBLISHED BY: Datateam Business Media Limited, London Road, Maidstone, Kent ME16 8LY TEL: 01622 687031 FAX: 01622 757646 WEBSITE: www.vendinginternational-online.com


The publishers cannot accept responsibility for any discrepancies either in copy or between products and/or services listed. Nor can they be responsible for illustrations and/or copy for products which lead to infringement of copyright.


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