Faith Perry
Fresh & Health Vending Machines

USDA recently published practical, science-based nutrition standards for snack foods and beverages sold to children at school during the school day. The standards, required by the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, will allow schools to offer healthier snack foods to children, while limiting junk food. Now is the time to get a Fresh and Healthy Vending Machine in your school, as the days of junk food in schools near extinction. Smart Snacks in School support efforts by school food service staff, school administrators, teachers, parents and the school community, all working hard to instill healthy habits in students.

1.) How many machines should we have? Why did you choose that number of machines?

We should have at least four because we have four halls in the building. We could put one at the end of each hall so every hall would have there own to eat from.

(2) What kinds of healthy snacks would you like to see in your vending machine(s)? Why did you select these snacks?

We should choose Apple juice because its really good and healthy for you
Snikiddy All Natural Baked Cheddar Cheese Fries because they look healthy

I selected these because i liked them and they look healthy

3.) What should these snacks cost? Why did you select these prices?

Our range of products sells between $0.75 and $3.00, depending on the product type.

4.) Where should the machine(s) be located? Why did you select these locations?

At the end of each hall so every hall will have there own Vending Machine.

5.) When should students be able to use the machine(s)? Why did you select these times of day?

Anytime of the day, Because if we are gonna have a vending machine we should be able to use it , plus you will get money from it.

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