get your locally sourced, sustainably raised meats -- at a vending machine!
by：Labelong Packaging Machinery2020-04-18
Photos of Andrew amelinckxappletstone like to point out how ATMs change the banking business forever, which we usually call ATM. Similarly, he believes that the machines he added to the Hudson Valley butcher\'s shop can deliver locally raised meat to more people and belly with less money and trouble, for the sustainable meat industry. \"I have had this idea for a while,\" Applestone told Modern farmers in a telephone interview . \". \"It goes back to my experience of going to vending machines in Manhattan when I was a child. It left a lasting impression on people. \"Also: the raw milk vending machine took over Europe and his wife Jessica started Fleisher organic and grass-fed meat in Kingston, New York in 2004 and later expanded to Brooklyn. They left the company in 2014 and set up Apple stone Meat Company in accord, New York, focusing on processing ( They have two USDA. Certification facilities) Working closely with local farmers; less on retail. That is to say, there is no retail meat counter in this store. Instead, they distribute their meat product range-- Beef, lamb, pork and sausage- Service via delivery. But when Applestone recently installed two vending machines, everything changed -- Vending machines for meat. Fresh- Food vending machines are not necessarily a brand. new concept; Earlier this year, a meat shop in Paris installed a meat machine, a convenience store in Alabama launched a meat machine in 2011, and a 130-year- The old butcher shop in Cle Elum, Washington, launched their butcher shop in November. In addition, we have heard of production machines and raw milk stations for a while. But Applestone\'s is the first meat product to offer local sustainability, including burger patties, a variety of sausages, steaks and other cuts of beef, and even pet food. Each machine can hold up to 240 items, so Applestone varies depending on the season. Also: the vending machine is a fresh farm, \"I can put more stew if it rains, tie up a few pieces of barbecue and put it in,\" he said, \"it always sells, because this is what the weather needs. \". \"All of a sudden, I was doing what I was best at: cutting for a case, but it was 24- 7. Take a credit card. Sometimes people just don\'t want to deal with a butcher. It could be a scary thing. It took a year. and-a- Applestone can choose which refrigerated food service system to use. He adjusted the software to improve the \"face\"to- Provide \"face\" service to customers. Establish a system for critical control points for hazard analysis (HACCP) Monitor the temperature 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If the machine is above the safe temperature for more than 30 minutes, the system will be turned off and kept refrigerated, but will not let the customer buy it. Plus: startups bring fresh food to Chicago, a vending machine at a time, and Applestone wants to add two more machines to their Accord location, four in their nearby New York Stone Ridge location, at least four further down the road. - Ideally, where customers can take a commute home. In addition, Applestone also envisioned the Department of Agriculture Meat Store He said that through certified facilities, farm stalls, and even farms using this technology, \"more local food is provided to more people at reasonable prices. \"The idea comes from one of the leaders of the sustainable meat movement and sounds viable. But Applestone is worried that not everyone will get on the bus. \"It seems to me that the industry is more concerned with sucking a perfect ham than making the delivery system easier, better and lower the price,\" Applestone said . \". \"The industry has disappointed customers because we are unable to provide them with sustainable, healthy products during their working hours. When you think of these machines, they can do that. \"More from modern farmers: Is organic food healthier than non-organic food? In fact, for milk and meat, the new survey shows that pork waste that has never bought a teacup has a more serious impact on the environment than vegetable waste. Why does everyone hate Monsanto?