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About Fresh Smoothie



Fresh Smoothie is the world's first Smoothie Vending Machine suitable to operate in schools, gyms, office buildings, hospitals and many other locations.


Designed and manufactured in Australia by Innovative Vending, Fresh Smoothie is the result of over four years of engineering, R&D and testing.


A prospective customer is drawn in by its engaging graphic design - indicating the immediate availability of a freshly made smoothie. Its state-of-the-art touchscreen interface displays over 20 different smoothie recipes along with its nutritional information. Once the customer has selected the preferred smoothie and the payment has been processed, Fresh Smoothie blends the required ingredients and serves the freshly made smoothie in a cup, in just over 40 seconds - no human intervention required.


Fresh Smoothie blends to order real fruit puree, no strained juice. All smoothies are dairy free and a good source of vitamins and minerals.


Fresh Smoothie provides a freshly made and nutritious smoothie in the most convenient and affordable way, so everybody can enjoy this amazing beverage.

State-of-the-art touchscreen interface

A state-of-the-art touchscreen displays a great variety of recipes along with its nutritional information, and allows a customer to select their preferred smoothie. It also displays digital advertising, generating a new source of income for Fresh Smoothie vending operators.


Furthermore, the Fresh Smoothie software provides a cloud service for remote manageability, so that operators will be able to update digital advertising content and remotely check stock levels, cash levels, alarms, and several financial and operational reports.


Our next software release will allow consumers to create their own recipe and save it, add a photo using Fresh Smoothie vending's integrated camera, and share it with others on Twitter or Facebook. They will be able to choose their friends’ recipes, like them and comment on them - all directly from the Fresh Smoothie vending's touchscreen

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