Fresh Healthy Vending Announces New Incentive Program for Partners and Locations around the U.S.

August 30, 2011 // // SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – Fresh Healthy Vending, the healthy food vending machine company that is revolutionizing the industry, announces the launch of the Fresh and Healthy Initiative. This new organization's mission is to replace 2,000 junk-food vending machines with healthy food machines, and they are allocating $100 for each referral that results in a replaced machine.

"This is a great way for organizations and companies to earn money by replacing their present machines," explains Jolly Backer, the chief executive officer of Fresh Healthy Vending (, a company specializing in vending machines that are stocked with all-healthy options. "They can also take comfort from knowing that they will be taking a step in the direction of helping combat the obesity issues in the country."

With $200,000 set aside to pay for all the replaced vending machines, the Fresh and Healthy Initiative is actively teaming up with organizations around the country to meet their mission. The healthy food vending machines have become popular in schools, university campuses, health clubs, and even business centers.

These healthy vending machines help to address the obesity issue by offering people the healthy food options they want and need, with the convenience they are accustomed to. The Fresh Healthy Vending machines are completely stocked with nutritious food options, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, soymilk, baked chips, tea, yogurt, bottled water, and all-natural cereal bars.

Those who take advantage of having a healthy vending machine brought in will also get such perks as free product sampling, the ability to choose which products to carry (from over 500 organic and natural items), free delivery, real-time online transaction reports, and monthly profit sharing.

"Replacing the unhealthy machines with healthy ones is a win-win situation," added Backer. "People will be rewarded for making the decision, and their employees, customers, and visitors will enjoy healthy, convenient options."

Dual-climate-controlled Fresh Healthy Vending machines have been placed in over 600 locations throughout the country, with more being added each month. Those interested should log onto to learn more about earning $100 for each unhealthy vending machine referral that leads to a replacement.

About Fresh Healthy Initiative

Based in San Diego, the Fresh Healthy Initiative is an organization that is a division of Fresh Healthy Vending, a company founded in 2010 that is revolutionizing vending machines by filling them with healthy, natural food options. The Inititiave is on a mission to replace 2,000 unhealthy vending machines with their healthy ones. Their machines offer 100-percent juices, fresh vegetables, fruits, smoothies, and yogurts. The Fresh Healthy Vending machines are franchised and are being placed in schools, offices and other locations throughout the country. To learn more about Fresh Healthy Vending Initiative, visit the website at



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