Vending machines at the service of organic products

After the distributors of medicines, will the distributors of organic products become widespread? A dispenser was recently installed and it seems that the idea is catching on, as the first customers were satisfied with this initiative.

The assets and advantages of the distributors of organic products.

No more costs related to the presence in the store

The idea seduced these producers who save money and time. No need to mobilize a person in the store, the distributor works alone or almost. You just have to come and recharge it as and when you use it, but you don’t have to be there all the time. All they had to do to sell directly in a simple and fast way was to invest in this machine. This form of selling out of the classical schemes seems to be perfectly suitable for this type of products. The customers are delighted to find fresh products of current consumption like eggs, cheese, cream, yoghurts, apples and others.

The local highlighted

The prices charged are not exorbitant and the customers have permanent access to fresh and local products. This notion is very important for the consumers, and it is one of the reasons which pushes them to consume organic. For example, the apples from Canada’s reinettes are produced by Romaric Paucellier in the village itself. The eggs come from Claire Gosselin’s farm. Reassuring criteria for the customers. Moreover, the prices are quite reasonable with quality eggs at a price of 1.80 to 2.50 per six depending on the size.

Many customers who want to eat locally will certainly be won over by this method of distribution. If other structures have appeared, perhaps they are not yet sufficient to meet the demand, but this is true especially in the city where it is more difficult to have access to this mode of consumption, which many inhabitants regret. Despite the efforts and the creation of many small structures, access to local organic food is still clearly insufficient.

The existing structures are crowded, they offer only limited opening hours and they are not necessarily suitable for everyone. And it is this notion of local consumption that completely distinguishes this initiative. Of course, in the city there are many constraints that slow down this type of initiative and this is quite understandable.

Meeting the producers

However, there is one small drawback: the contact with the producer that some consumers are looking for is missing. Indeed, meeting the producers is very important for some consumers who want to learn more or to better understand how the food they are going to eat is produced. Simple curiosity or real interest, this demand is becoming more and more prevalent. In this case, it is enough to go to the place and they often know the producers, but if one imagines extending this principle to the biggest cities, there remains this point which can slow down a part of the consumers, remaining however tiny.

A demand that is more and more prevalent

The idea of consuming products whose origin is known has been gaining ground in recent years. It has also developed as a result of health problems, which has had an impact on mass distribution. An example of this is the Carrefour group, which wants to reorient its policy by turning to organic products. Not having taken the measure before of this craze, it will effectively try to rectify the shooting and to turn towards this type of products and dies.

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