Vegan Range Releases Vending Machine Line To Meet Demand For Plant-Based Snacks

The brand says more people are opting for 'healthier' snacks
The vending machine line includes Eat Real's most popular products (Photo: Supplied)

A vegan brand has created a line of vending machine snacks to 'help hospitality, leisure, foodservice and healthcare providers meet the growing consumer demand for plant-based and 'free-from' snacking options'.

Eat Real's most popular products - Hummus Chips, Lentil Chips, Quinoa Chips, Veggie Straws and Kids Veggie Straws - are now available in individual 22g vending packs.

They are all gluten-free, lower fat, free from artificial ingredients and suitable for vegan and kosher diets.  

The snacks offer a plant-based alternative to traditional vending machine fare


Debbie King, Director of Commercial Sales & Marketing at Eat Real, said: "The fast-growing interest in health and wellbeing means that healthier eating is no longer a 'nice to have' option.  

"Millennials are leading the charge by making lifestyle and dietary choices a priority, but consumers generally are increasingly on the look-out for new, healthier snacks that fuel their bodies but don’t compromise on taste.

"The new vending packs not only offer great quality and choice but provide guilt-free snacking that allows people to enjoy great-tasting products while they are on the go.  Each product in the range has a different shape, taste and texture and delivers a real alternative to traditional potato crisps."

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