No matter the time of year, Ice Creams are always popular and one of the top selling vending items! It’s no surprise that the technology for vending these frozen treats has expanded in the last few years.
Now there are vending machines to keep your ice creams cold and crunchy, as well as new soft serve machines where you can mix and match your favourite soft serve with toppings of choice, from nuts, lollies, and chocolate sauce. It’s enough to make your mouth water…
But what are the key things you should look for when considering a Frozen Vending Machine?
- The Cooling System – Ideally you want a machine that uses a fast and efficient cooling system that is energy saving, reliable and quiet. Nothing worse than a melted icey pole from a noisy clunky machine!
- Temperature Control – The ability to change between frozen, cool and non-refrigerated items will give your machine the versatility to sell almost any snack!
- Customisable slots – don’t limit yourself to selling one type of product; customise your shelves to suit your stock availability. So you can have slim Icey poles one week and tubs the next.
- Online reporting – choosing a machine with intelligent vending management system allows you to access your sales info remotely by phone, tablet or computer and keep track of your inventory no matter where you are.
- Intelligent platform delivery – this robotic platform safely delivers products for collection without damage or cracks – because I want my Icey pole in one piece, thank you!
- Touch screen (or non-touch screen option) This makes the experience interactive and fun resulting in returning customers.
- Fun designs – food is just so much more than just a product and engaging with your customers in various ways will grab attention and appeal to everyone.
TCN Vending Machines have recently launched a selection of Ice Cream and Frozen Vending Machines with the latest technology in cooling and functionality, backed by a 24 Month warranty.
Talk to us today to find out how you can get the latest TCN Frozen Vending Machines