Category Archives: Office Break Room

When Is a Chicago Vending Machine not a Vending Machine?

When it’s a micro-market! At first glance, a Chicago consumer might see a micro-market and think it is just a decorated space with vending machines, but that is not the case. A micro-market is a cafe-style break room that offers … Continue reading

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Make Your Chicago Break Room New Again

In Gulfport, Mississippi, high school students in the National Technical Honor Society built a vending machine that, from a distance, appears to be a normal vending machine. After taking a closer look, however, it is clear that this vending machine … Continue reading

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What Will Chicago Consumers Ask for in 2017?

How are your New Year’s resolutions going? Were you able to reflect on the past, create new goals, and make a few positive changes since January 1? According to activepause.com: 40-45% of American adults make resolutions each year. the top 3 … Continue reading

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Why Missing Breakfast is a Significant Problem in Chicago

You’ve heard the famous saying: “Breakfast is the healthiest meal of the day.” But is that really true? Is it really that bad if you skip breakfast? You might be telling yourself, “who has the time to make eggs and … Continue reading

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The Information Age Has Arrived: Chicago Consumers Want Transparency When Choosing Food

Have you noticed how closely people in the break room look at labels on products before buying them? Welcome to the information age—and the health conscious generation. In recent years, consumer product manufacturers have added more nutrition labels and improved … Continue reading

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