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Nestling in for a Golden Cuppa

The Nescafé Gold Blend Barista-style machines are claimed to provide operators with the ‘perfect opportunity’ to offer consumers the authentic quality and flavour of these drinks.

The launch comes with coffee chain market sales predicted to grow 10% to reach £4.1 billion by 2018 and with cappuccino and latte becoming particular favourites, barista-style coffee is seen as a winner with customers. The takeaway option has grown more than 20% over five years with one third of coffee drinkers now enjoying a takeaway cup at least once a week. 

The new Barista floor standing self-serve machine offers a range of premium coffee shop-style beverages, each with an RRP of £1 Each coffee chosen can also be customised to meet individuals’ particular tastes.

Recent market trials of the machines have already shown a 13% increase in volume sales compared with the company’s current option.

Picture:    The new Barista-style floor standing self-serve machine from Nestlé can be customised to meet individual tastes.

Article written by Mike Gannon

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