Vending goes healthy

7th May 2004 at 01:00
Pupils are being encouraged to turn their backs on high-fat and sugary snacks with the launch of a healthy vending machine. The H-Box, which has been installed at Boston Spa school, a sports college in West Yorkshire, provides products such as fruit juices, crisp alternatives and dried fruit pieces. Absolute Vending, the firm which owns the H-Box, claims it is the first mainstream product of its kind to be introduced to schools in the UK.

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