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Canadian Healthy Vending Successfully Locates Its 1350th Max! Healthy Vending Machine
Date:7/30/2013

Vancouver, British Columbia (PRWEB) July 30, 2013

Canadian Healthy Vending is pleased to announce it has located its 1350th Max! Healthy Vending Machine. This is double the number of machines that were installed last year at this time. The main reason for this rapid growth is the ever-increasing demand of Canadians for healthy snacks and drinks in public places where they work, go to school and spend free time. Max! Healthy Vending Machines offer healthier snack and drink options than traditional junk food vending machines. Machines are located in schools, workplaces and recreation centres in major cities and smaller communities throughout the country.

Several other factors have also contributed to the considerable success of Canadian Healthy Vending. The vending industry is North America’s largest cash business with annual revenues of $42 Billion. School boards, businesses and health experts across the country have identified the historical lack of available nutritious snacks for Canadians as being a health concern. In addition, Max Healthy Vending Machines are specifically branded for healthy snacks and drinks.

Shaun Casey, Vice-President at Canadian Healthy Vending, sees it this way, “People often use vending machines either because of time constraints or because they want something different—and Max! Healthy Vending Machines are convenient plus offer a nutritious variety, answering nationwide market calls for an alternative to traditional junk food vending. Health-aware Canadian consumers can create their own snack combinations according to their personal tastes, like coconut water with trail mix or bottled juice and a protein bar. People love it.”

The Max! Healthy Vending Machines are located across all 10 provinces and The Yukon. Mr. Casey says, “Right now, we’re getting orders for our Max! Healthy Vending Machines faster than we can ship them out.”

About Canadian Healthy Vending
Canadian Healthy Vending is a Vancouver-based vending equipment manufacturer and distributor with over 23 years experience in the Canadian vending industry and is the manufacturer of the Max! Healthy Vending Machine. Our Mission is to get healthy snacks and nutritious drinks into the hands of Canadian workers and students in every city and province across the country. The state-of-the-art Max! Healthy Vending Machine features both cash and cashless payment systems in addition to a high resolution display monitor, which provides nutritional information on product offerings, and information on community health initiatives. To get more information about Canadian Healthy Vending or to get a Max! Healthy Vending Machine at your workplace, visit our web site.

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