Micromarket

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This article is about the unattended vending concept. For the marketing strategy, see Micromarketing.

A micromarket is an unattended vending concept[1] variously described as:

  • an unattended, self-checkout food facility located inside of an enclosed building and available to a known group of employees at their work location. Employees can access prepackaged food directly and then pay for their selection at a kiosk.[2]
  • a self-checkout retail food establishment that replaces a bank of vending machines.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NAMA Official Surveys Regulatory Landscape Surrounding Micromarkets". Vending Times. 2016. 
  2. ^ "Micromarkets". County of Los Angeles Public Health. 
  3. ^ "Micro Markets: Guidelines and Standard Plan Approval" (PDF). County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health, Environmental Health.