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  • Farmers Fridge
  • Farmers Fridge
  • Farmers Fridge

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Farmer's Fridge vending machines dispenses fresh salads and snacks, not junk food, to hungry Chicagoans at the push of a button.

 

The machine also isn’t a standard combination of metal, glass and black plastic. Recycled barn week encases the kiosk and rather than an awkward push-button system of letters and numbers, users select their salad or snack via a touch screen display. Once chosen, the machine dispenses the salad or snack in a clear plastic jar which can be brought back to the kiosk for the reuse.

 

As any one who has tried keeping salad leftovers in the fridge might guess, keeping the vegetables fresh was one of the initial challenges for the concept. Not only are the products restocked every 24 hours, but the way the ingredients are layered help keep the ingredients crisp during the day.

 

At the moment, most of the customers coming to the kiosk are hungry office workers on their lunch breaks.

 

111 N. Canal St
IL 60606 Chicago
United States
www.farmersfridge.com
year renovation: 2014
surface: 4 m²
updated: 04/2015

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Since autumn this year Delhaize is testing a hyper urban adaptation of its Proxy Delhaize concept.

This store has been designed in two areas to meet the needs of an urban clientele: a "short" circuit dedicated to quick purchases for immediate consumption for the office customer and a longer circuit for the local residents and every day shopping. Designed to be very convenient: very wide aisles, mood lighting, low fixtures or semi-vertical giving an impression of comfort and for easy identification.

In the first part of the store the fast circuit, we find the fruits & vegetables, bread ray, an area ready to eat/snack with a sandwichbar in partnership with an external service provider, a corner to squeeze oranges, salads, fresh drinks, meals to be reheated, sushi, products of the world ... In this area with anthracite gray flooring, communication and signage (also "penciled" handwritten) on the ground hemps customers in a hurry in their choices. To complete these fast track, customer has the choice between traditional cashiers or self service which allows abetter traffic flow during peak hours.

The circuit "long" is dedicated to filling the fridge and the cupboard of the local residents. The atmosphere is warm with a light gray floor. The Delhaize brand is committed to the products, quality and customer service.

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1210 Sint-Joost-Ten-Noode
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year renovation: 2014
surface: 700 m²
updated: 12/2014

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With a food store in every UK postal area, The Co-operative Food is a convenience retailer at the heart of the communities in which it trades.

 

This Co-op’s store model combines a supermarket- and convenience store and is designed to appeal to customers shopping for their main evening meal and features an increased food-to-go offer. This store features zoning, food to go and a range of ready meals for same-day dining.

 

There is also a highly targeted range of predominantly fresh foods for grab and go meal preparation. The stores feature new branding and signage, an improved bakery offer and a stand called ‘Make a Meal of it’ which groups products together to suggest evening meals together with drinks and ‘extras’.

 

With a coffee machine, seating area, hot food and a comprehensive chilled food-to-range, the section makes the store a compelling breakfast and lunchtime destination, backed up by some attractive pricing and meal-deal discounts.

 

The checkout area provides both manned and card-only self-checkouts. Beyond the checkouts is the familiar Co-op fixture of the Day-Glo Amazon Locker.

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This Woolworths store is a cross between a grocer and convenience store. The idea was to create a food 'village' for locals and visitors to do their day to day shopping. The design centres around de-cluttering the space and using materials that help the product take pride of place, creating a warm and engaging environment.

 

The old Hastings Deering Building was built in 1938 in the International Style and many original features were kept as homage to the past. Celebrating this past, throughout the store there are large photographs of the exterior and interiors when it was used as a Ford showroom.

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Whole Foods Market Piccadilly Circus has health and welfare at its heart. As a cross between a New York deli and an outsize convenience store, the bulk of the shopping action takes place on the large ground floor, where shoppers can choose between food to go and ingredients for an evening meal. Selling the highest quality natural and organic foods, Whole Foods Market has been taking the world by storm since its establishment in the U.S in the 1980s. Whole Foods Market Piccadilly is now too flying the flag for healthy eating. The Whole Foods Market at Piccadilly Circus includes a cheese and wine counter, bakery (selling the most delicious pastries, breads and cupcakes), a meat counter, fish counter and fresh produce section. As well as fresh food, there is a heavy emphasis on chilled ambient produce, housed within an environment that borrows heavily from fashion stores for its lighting and trendy independents for its recycled materials palette.  Upstairs, a long balcony forms the edge of the cafe area where you can choose to dine or take your food out onto the terrace for an al fresco lunch break. This floor also contains books, vitamin and health pillls and a range of homeopathic remedies. Whole Foods Piccadilly is now the go-to place for fresh, healthy and delicious food at the heart of London's West-End.

 

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There are an increasing number of online/physical store cross-over concepts in the grocery sector, but few are quite as eclectic as a small German retailer which combines online shopping with the possibility of relaxation and a coffee in its cafe. They also combine the best of the "good old days" with the technology of the Internet age. Emmas Enkel is a multi-channel retail concept, where shoppers can either do their shopping in the small grocery shop or via the connected online shop. A third and rather appealing alternative is to buy from the connected lounge environment, which is equipped with iPads. Here shoppers can order and relax with a cup of coffee until everything is packed and ready to take away. As the next evolution of the concept, the retailer has added a QR code wall on the outside of the store, displaying more than 400 products ready to be ordered by scanning their codes customers using their smartphones. 

 

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Causses, is a unique grocery concept store which offers fresh, good, healthy and environmentally friendly products. It is located in the south of Pigalle area in a beautiful and friendly space. Inspired by the values of the slow food philosophy (regional products, good, clean and fair), the store’s main focus is seasonal products as well as traditional know-how. Causses works with producers who have a renowned expertise, and with partners adhering to its charter that imposes a certain level of quality in their production and manufacturing process.

 


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