Baking isn’t just a culinary art. It’s a great way to convert your passion into a source of earning. The baking industry is flourishing with time and turning into popular food service. The American Bakers Association reports that the baking industry contributes to 2.1% to the country’s GDP. This shows the impact of the baking industry in the development of the U.S. economy. Read more
While you might not think much of them other than just some convenient devices, serving you a refreshing pop-and-sip on a hot sunny day; the truth is Coke vending machines have a heritage full of amazing, fun and surprising facts.
From North America to the Far East, here are six entertaining and informational tidbits about Coke vending machines:
1) The very first Coke vending machine was actually an ice cooler
Manufactured by Glascock Brothers Manufacturing Co. in 1929, the very first Coke vending machine was an ice box that weighed 151 lbs. and could hold seventytwo6-ounce bottles of Coke.
2) Coke vending machines were used in World War II to boost troop morale
During the outbreak of Second World War, the Coca Cola Company pledged to provide free Cokes to all U.S military men to boost their morale. Five thousand “free dispensing” Coke vending machines were manufactured and distributed to military bases.
3) Coke’s North American fleet of vending machines dispenses an average of 15 beverages per second
There are more than 3 million Coke vending machines installed across North America. These vending machines, together, dispense an average of 15 beverages per second.
4) Some Coke vending machines consume zero grid-energy for nighttime illumination
Coke’s Ecoru/Solar vending machines come equipped with solar panels. These solar panels produce and store electricity during the day and use the stored energy for nighttime illumination.
5) There are Coke vending machines that dispense “free” Coke in exchange for a hug
Named, huggable Coke vending machines, these machines have been installed at different schools, university campuses and hospitals around the world. The first huggable Coke vending machine was installed in Singapore as part of Coca Cola Company’s marketing campaign.
6) A number of coke vending machine systems take part in charity work
Several coke vending machine systems donate a portion of their revenue for social welfare causes, including for the development of hospitals and clinics in remote areas, and for funding research into treatment of cancer.
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