Sprout Healthy Vending Brings Fresh Approach to Automatic Merchandising.

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Orange County based Sprout Healthy Vending – provider of healthy and organic alternatives to traditional vending machines – recently added another socially responsible Operator to its fast growing family.

Robert Nieman and April Sadler-Nieman of Philomath, Oregon have become the newest additions to the Sprout Healthy Vending community. The Nieman’s will be based out of Philomath, OR with their vending machines placed throughout Corvallis and the surrounding areas.

“We at Sprout Healthy Vending are not content to stand side by side with machines that provide junk food and sugar laden soft drinks. Our goal is to replace those machines one Sprout Vending machine at a time, “ said Company Spokesman David Page.

“Operator success is absolutely critical toward this element of our business philosophy. After all, the success of our operators and the quality of their machines are what drives our brand, increases awareness of the Sprout vending option for consumers, and in turn brings profitability to our operators.”

“Rather than offering a model which has limited support and ongoing fees, we make our operators the highest priority by building a relationship between each operator and their locations, and offering continued support and training as they grow in the marketplace. It’s the Sprout Healthy Vending circle of life: we like to say that it is not just our products that are natural and organic, but also our approach to operator growth through nurturing,” added Page.

The Sprout Healthy Vending model offers a “turn-key business opportunity, through the marriage of superior vending technology, guaranteed high-quality high-traffic locations researched by our in-house locations experts, and access to over 1000 healthy and organic drinks, snacks and other items,” said Page. The brand has seen unprecedented growth in the blossoming healthy vending market, with record sales in April and May.

“Within the healthy vending industry, we differentiate ourselves by keeping start-up costs minimal. From our industry-low machine costs, and no hidden or additional fees beyond the essentials, we protect the return on investment which our operators see, especially in those first few years which can be so difficult when starting a new business.”

Page continued: “We are offering a fresh approach to this industry by fully informing our customers, and working with them to suit their needs, rather than springing hidden details on them, misinformation, or promising what can’t be delivered. Sprout represents organic growth in the market.”

As for the Nieman’s, they are excited to be bringing Healthy Vending options to their Oregon community. “As my husband and I mature, we feel that we want to pursue career paths that are more beneficial to society, which is why I have been working with children and why he went from general, electrical work to working with solar energy. We feel that vending machines should provide healthy foods and drinks, especially in our public schools. We are highly motivated to provide healthy vending to our community as an alternative and hopefully a replacement to the current trend of soda and junk food vending machines. Sprout Healthy Vending provides products that we support and believe in and could therefore feel good about distributing.” said April Sadler-Nieman.    

About Sprout Healthy Vending

Sprout Healthy Vending is a company based in Irvine, California that offers health oriented entrepreneurs a proven turnkey business model in Healthy Vending. The Sprout Healthy Vending system unites two major trends: “Convenience and Healthy Eating” thus providing new opportunities for Operators and Locations alike. The Sprout Healthy Vending Machine has the ability to vend healthy snacks, drinks, 100% fruit juices, yogurts, smoothies, fresh fruit and vegetables. For more information about Sprout Healthy Vending visit the website at http://www.sprouthealthyvending.com.

Contact: Sprout Healthy Vending (800) 450-7648


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