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Second Cup's Barista-to-Go Concept Allows for Self-Serve Orders

 - Jan 14, 2017
References: mysecondcup & vendingmarketwatch
Canadian coffee brand Second Cup is making its blends more accessible than ever before thanks to a new coffee vending machine concept named 'Barista-to-Go.' Fulfilling the consumers demand for fresh-tasting coffee and fast service, this self-serve kiosk puts an end to lineups and replaces traditional staff with an automated system.

Barista-to-Go is "capable of producing 150 beverages per hour," ensuring efficiency and speed for those seeking a caffeine boost while on the go or in a rush. Second Cup is no stranger to experimentation -- its 'cafe of the future' concept opened its doors in Toronto's downtown core in 2014 -- and aims to blend quality and convenience with its newest venture.

With self-serve vending machines continuing to replace traditional in-store transactions, this convenient retail concept is sure to be a hit among urban professionals.