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Coca-Cola Tests Newest Generation Of Beverage Dispenser For Restaurants

June 22, 2018: 12:00 AM EST

Coca-Cola’s newest generation beverage dispenser – the Freestyle 9100 – is being tested regionally in several undisclosed national restaurant chain locations. The 9100 features a 24-inch high-definition screen that makes it easier to select among 200 drink choices, including 117 low- or no-calorie options. The machine is Bluetooth-enabled to allow app users to select a favorite drink or mix a custom drink before entering a restaurant. The machine has a larger ice capacity, larger drip tray, and enhanced diagnostics for monitoring inventory. The new operating system allows client restaurants to create custom drinks: Wendy’s, for example, created Dave’s Cherry Cream Soda using the 9100.

Nancy Luna, "Tech Tracker: Coca-Cola tests Next-Gen Freestyle machine", Nation’s Restaurant News, June 22, 2018, © Informa USA, Inc.
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