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    • How To Choose A Bean To Cup Coffee Machine

      If you’re considering a new coffee offering in the office or want to show your appreciation to staff by investing in a bean to cup coffee machine, you’re in the right place.

      Choosing a bean to cup coffee machine is a big decision that could involve a significant investment if you’re buying or a long term commitment if you’re leasing.

      Either way, you want to buy the right machine for the job with drink choices that will satisfy the majority of  people in your workplace.

      Which is where this guide comes in.

      Rather than suggest several bean to cup coffee machines for you to choose from, we’ll outline some of the key considerations you need to make.

      First, let’s cover the basics, what exactly is a bean to cup coffee machine?

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    • Guide To Buying A Refurbished Commercial Coffee Machine

      Buying a refurbished coffee machine isn’t just a way to save money. It’s also a form of recycling and gives a perfectly good machine a new life and a chance to deliver delicious coffee to even more people.

      With prices rising all the time and inflation putting pressure on resources, it’s natural to turn to used or refurbished items to save a little money.

      As long as you choose carefully, there’s no reason why you couldn’t get as much satisfaction out of a refurbished commercial coffee machine as you could from a brand new one.

      If you’re considering going down this route, there are a few things you should know.

      Fortunately, most of the points are exactly the same as if you were buying brand new.

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    • Best Coffee Machines for Staff Rooms

      In the staff room: 4 ways coffee machines whip up performance and productivity

      Thinking about upgrading the coffee and tea offer in the staff room? Considering trading up from acceptable beverages, to barista-level coffee?

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