Vending players have more doubts about their prospects in 2023-2024 and the remainder of the forecast period than they had during the pandemic. Admittedly, everybody is back in France’s schools and universities, but working from home persists, with some workers splitting their time between their homes (usually one or two days) and place of work (three or four days).
A few years ago, automated shops were considered gadgets, and were not widespread. However, these are now part of the retail landscape, and are likely to develop further in France.
If there is one channel that will be particularly impacted by the packaging crisis and energy costs, this is undoubtedly vending. This channel requires single-portion/individual packaging – which is expensive in terms of energy and time.
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Vending (automatic merchandising) is the sale of products at an unattended point of sale through a machine operated by introducing coins, bank notes, payment cards, tokens or other means of cashless payment. Sales figures cover vended products only (i.e. food, drink and other consumable goods such as vended tobacco, sanitary products and condoms). Services such as the public telephone, launderette facilities, travel tickets, stamps, passport photographs, domestic energy supplies and business card creation are excluded. Coverage includes vending systems installed in public and semi-captive environments only. Hotels, transport networks, recreational centres, shopping centres/malls are included. Factories, offices, hospitals, prisons, schools and other captive environments are excluded.See All of Our Definitions
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