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Nowadays, people want fresh, fast, on-demand pizzas anytime, anywhere. Moreover, for pizzeria owners, placing machines in high-traffic areas (such as airports, university campuses, and shopping malls) can open up additional resources of income, and the chance is significantly less than the risk of opening another location.
Machine contractors, pizzeria owners, and colleges that sparked the trend. For them, this is not simply a fashion-but the future.
Consumers will at first be attracted to the manufacture of pizza vending machines by pure novelty. But after a period of development, it was found out that the pizzeria can expand its original business by purchasing machines. Because not only can the capacity of pizza vending machines be utilized, but at the same time they can show their products and brands to new customers and increase income.
After several redesigns, the vending machine can be placed in the pizzeria for up to thirty minutes. In the pizzeria, the pizza is cooked, cooled, sliced up ??into thin slices, loaded into a transport device and refrigerated until ready for transport. Following the slices are loaded in to the machine, a timer is started to monitor the freshness of the product. When a predetermined inventory level is reached, the device sends a notification, so the operator knows what to replenish and how much. The device will communicate inventory, sales, or whether there’s a power outage.
Within a unit approximately 1.5 times the size of a standard vending machine, the product is air-sealed to prevent drying, and when the client orders, the slices are ejected from the machine’s refrigerator and then heated on the customizable conveyor oven.
Compared with starting another physical store, the pizzeria owner may prefer the manual setup and minimal risk. In addition, the owner can increase the efficiency of existing employees-that is, let employees make vending machine pizzas in a slower time. If the desired result is not obtained, the machine can even be shifted. The data implies that the return on investment of providing 40 pieces a day will be within a year; if you sell out every day, it will be sold-out in 3 or 4 months.