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  • Vending machines that help the time-poor eat healthier
  • Vending machines that help the time-poor eat healthier
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Healthy Nibbles: nutritious snacking on the go

Over half of Britons struggle to find the time to eat as healthily as they’d like, with some resorting to a bag of crisps or chocolate bar from a vending machine when rushed and hungry. Healthy Nibbles offers an alternative, packing its machines with artisanal, healthy, and allergy-friendly snacks.

Location United Kingdom

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Late trains, emails, meetings, and the school run – how is anybody supposed to find the time to eat healthily on the go? The temptation to drop a couple of coins into a vending machine for an energy drink or a chocolate bar is often too much for some to ignore. In fact, 51% of UK adults say that they sometimes struggle to find time to eat as healthily as they‘d like. [1]

One company looking to change that is Healthy Nibbles. Its range of vending machines offer people the chance to eat something healthy on the ...

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