There are more varieties of vending machines in the market than an average person dreams of. The specialist vending machines are the ones which are designed to vend only cold drinks or only hot beverages or only cold snacks. So if you are wondering which kind of vending machine would be most appropriate for your purposes, then here is run through of some of kinds of vending machines, including office vending machines, which you can consider while buying or leasing. The most popular are obviously the coffee vending machines which can dispense a variety of hot drinks like tea and hot chocolate apart from coffee.
There is the Polyvend snack vending machine which offers as many as 40, 45 or 50 selection. Its all helix glass front merchandiser ensures that your customers or other consumers can see for themselves the options available and choose accordingly. Since it is only 724mm deep it fits through a standard sized door. In a large organization which needs to cater to vast number of people through the day or in a place which has a significant footfall, it is an appropriate choice. Another major advantage of this particular make is that it can accommodate a wide variety of sizes of bag and confectionary lines.
Remember that the most appropriate office vending machine will need to be more than a soda vending machine. Ideally it should be able to dispense snacks and drinks, including water. While stocking the office vending machine you need to take a hard look at the kinds of products you can offer. Pretzels, pastries, biscuits, chips are fine. However, do see whether you can also offer fair trade products and things like fruit chunks or smoothies, yogurt and soups.
The cost to get started with a vending machine is surprisingly low if you are a newbie to the vending trade. A triple vending machine can be purchased for as little as $110. The cost of your product depends on what you choose to stock your vending machine with, but buying bulk and selling in small quantities means low cost and high return.