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Stansfield Vending Inc

3172 Berlin Drive

La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601

United States

Company Description

Stansfield Vending was founded in Winona, Minnesota in 1942 by our grandfather, Jim Stansfield, Sr. He owned a restaurant back then and saw how significant the music machine or "juke box" was to his business. He bought one machine of his own, then one for ... more

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Board Member
Wisconsin Amusement and Music Operators Inc

Board Member
La Crosse Area Chamber of Commerce

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Cheaper and healthier snacks: Stansfield, Gundersen Lutheran team up to offer more nutritious options at junk food's expense

Stansfield also dropped the prices on healthier food options and increased candy prices to promote healthy snacks.
"It's a hurdle to try something new, so I was pleasantly surprised," said Janet Stansfield, president of Stansfield Vending.
"We increased the price of nonhealthy items and created a health subsidy in the machine," Stansfield said."Eight 500 Club items are subsidized by the nonhealthy items."Super-sized candy bars also were removed from the machines as part of promoting good portion control.
Stansfield said the Gundersen Lutheran study showed that people are interested in choosing healthier, good-tasting snacks.
"It's a balancing act because I would love to offer and sell more healthy snacks, but I also need to put in what's selling," Stansfield said."I have to look at profitability when I take this out to other businesses."
Five years ago, most people weren't talking about healthier food options, she said.
"It's really changing, and I'm happy to see it," she said."I have employers interested, but I want to see more data.I have to see a buy-in from employers and employees."
Stansfield said she wants to see the vending machine results at Gundersen Lutheran for a few more weeks before rolling out her program elsewhere.
"This is not something a lot of people in my business are doing," Stansfield said.
Stansfield said she anticipates sales from healthy snacks will increase significantly five to 10 years down the road.

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