Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Another drink-mixing device in works

Not long ago, I reported on a drink vending machine in development for Coca-Cola that will be able to provide 100 different drinks.

Now, an English company named Waterwerkz has developed the "PouchLink" system that combines a drink machine with the assembly method of soda fountain by adding filtered water from outside pipes to quickly mix drinks inside a machine.

Inside this mini factory, water is mixed with syrup and the concoction is placed inside a flexible pouch that will be available in different sizes. It would be able to store the makings for 2,000 drinks since the unfilled pouches fit on a reel.

International drinks manufacturer Nestlé already has begun working with Waterwerkz, as has UK soft drinks maker Bottle Green Drinks.

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