Michael Bloom is the local franchise owner for Fresh Healthy Vending Central New Jersey and Bucks County, Pa. "I reviewed a lot of business options before I chose Fresh Healthy Vending," said Bloom in a prepared statement. "We recognized that the time for this business is right because people are asking for better, healthier food. So now I get the freedom to run my own business while I invest in my community in a way that's important."
The George School, Newton, Pa. was one of the first to install Fresh Healthy Vending in the area. This preparatory school installed two machines.
The U.S. Air Force has been implementing its Comprehensive Airmen Fitness philosophy and, in support of this effort, four Fresh Healthy Vending machines have been installed by the military at the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in Burlington County. The military community has been asking for better food and beverage choices in the vending machines on base and, in response to this demand, the Army-Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) has installed two machines at the Passenger Air Terminal. Additional machines can be found at the Base Commissary and at the Adult Education Center.
One feature especially appreciated is the ability for product consumption to be tracked. Each time a customer selects a food or drink item it's recorded and transmitted to the local Fresh Healthy Vending business owner, Michael Bloom. Bloom said, "If an item isn't doing well I can replace it with another of the more than 400 choices available. I want the same thing my customer wants... to make sure people get something healthy and delicious."