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365 Retail Markets Spotlights Micromarket-Compatible Single-Cup Brewer Amenities

Posted On: 5/28/2013

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TAGS: micro market, self-checkout, 365 Retail Markets, Innovation Total 1 single-cup brewer, Cafection Enterprises , barcoded receipt, micromarket customer, receipt, quick checkout, coffee service, vending business

TROY, MI -- 365 Retail Markets reports that the new Innovation Total 1 single-cup brewer from Quebec's Cafection Enterprises is available with a printer that issues a barcoded receipt that micromarket customers can use for quick checkout.

The Total 1 features a 10.4" touchscreen user interface that displays an intuitive menu listing a variety of specialty drinks. The touchscreen also may be used to program the brewer, or programming and reporting can be remotely managed through a secure Web-based software tool.

Cafection coffee brewer, 365 micro market Cafection's Innovation Total 1 measures 44" H. x 18.5" W. x 25" D., and is fitted with three hoppers for coffee beans and three canisters for dry product. Two of the hoppers have 4-lb. capacities, and the third holds 2 lbs. Two of the dry-product hoppers have 5.5-lb. capacities, while the third holds 1.4 lbs.

The brewer accommodates sufficient filter paper for 1,600 cups, incorporates an 0.8-gal. hot water tank and is programmable to offer three portion sizes. It can be plumbed in, or supplied with bottled water with the addition of a pump.

The Total 1 can be programmed to offer three portion sizes, ranging from 5 to 20 fl.oz., and three brew strengths. The availability of three varieties of coffee bean, several soluble products and specialty drinks created by mixing freshly brewed coffee with a soluble product provides extensive customer choice. Accessories include dispensers for cups and condiments, as well as a matching service base.

The available receipt printer uses standard 2.25" (57mm.) paper, and can print a different code for each product variant. The customer simply scans this at the 365 checkout terminal, as he or she would scan any other purchase.