The Face Of Healthy Vending - Healthy Nibbles Makes Front Page NewsThis month Healthy Nibbles is featured on the front page of Refreshment Magazine. The publication itself focusses on food and drink distribution sectors - principally if a product is available for consumption on the move or at the touch of a button then it comes under the banner of Refreshment Magazine. Furthermore, in recent issues, the publication has increased its focus on health and wellness, as well as new technologies that tackle social responsibility issues.
Consequentially this is why we were so proud and excited to be featured on the front cover of the magazine, as well as to be able to share some of our story with the readers of an industry-leading publication. The article itself discusses healthy vending as a way to promote ‘healthier choices’ which is a fundamental of Healthy Nibbles’ vision and looks into companies like ourselves who have seen healthy vending as a way to tackle unhealthy dieting and prevent long-term health problems.
We feel our vision and our commitment to changing lives sets us apart from all traditional vending solutions and is why Refreshment Magazine took an interest in our CEO and Founder Sara Roberts. Sara was interviewed about the eye-opening circumstances surrounding the origin of Healthy Nibbles and discusses the key goals and aims of the company and where we are headed in the future.
Our message has always been the same. To enable healthier choices, to give people the option to live the happiest and healthiest lives they can, and to implement a culture change in how dieting and vending is viewed across the UK. However, if you would like to read the full article please see the June/July issue of Refreshment Magazine here.
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