Cashless vending technologies are increasingly becoming the preferred choice for customers, and the trend shows no signs of slowing, making headlines both within industry publications and mainstream news sources.
This month’s branch spotlight focuses on Canteen’s St. Petersburg branch, which recently partnered with University of South Florida (USF) to bring healthy snack and beverage options to university students.
This October marks the 10th annual official Fair Trade Month in the United States. Fair Trade Month aims to raise awareness of why Fair Trade practices are important and to promote products and services that are delivered in a socially and commercially sustainable manner.
This year, fans of seasonal flavors don’t need to visit a coffee shop for their favorite seasonal specials; thanks to Keurig and Green Mountain Coffee, you can find them right in your workplace.
To wrap up National Coffee Service Month, our branch spotlight for the month focuses on our largest coffee and refreshment services branch, Coffee Distributing Corp. (CDC), with locations in Garden City Park, NY, and Union, NJ.
In recognition of National Coffee Service Month, NAMA will be providing services and information for members within the coffee service industry, as well as presenting consumer engagement opportunities like online trivia, social media contests, and events throughout the month.
At Canteen, we believe that our exceptional team is a huge part of what makes us the leading national vending and refreshment services provider.
Last month, Canteen teamed up with USA Technologies (USAT), a leader in cashless vending technologies, and Thanks Again, LLC to integrate Canteen’s vending and micro-market locations into the customer loyalty rewards program at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport (DFW).