The Short Bread
Short bread snacks have been a staple vending product since DEAJ @ilovevending started and have been a mainstay in the plan-o-gram of almost all vending machines of Dallas and DFW. Popular products like Knotts Berry Farm, Raspberry and Strawberry, and Lorna Doone have been the favorite choices in the sealed-pack short bread category. How about trying vending polvoron?
They have been competing among themselves for their display on the limited number of bins in the vending machine against their immediate rivals, the cookies and biscuit-sandwiches. Popular cookies and biscuit-sandwich brands are Oreo, Famous Amos, Pillsbury, Nutter Butter, Chips Ahoy, Sweet Serenity and Grandmas to name a few.
Vending Polvoron Right from the Vending Machine
Polvoron (from polvo, the Spanish word for powder) is a type of heavy, soft, and very crumbly Spanish shortbread made of flour, sugar, milk, butter and nuts. These are the very basic ingredients in making polvoron.
Polvorones are popular holiday delicacies in all of Spain, Hispanic America and the Philippines. Traditionally, they were prepared from September to January, but they are now available all year round.
On this regard, I’d like to see if Polvoron will do as well as the shortbread cookies in the vending business. And last but not the least, as we develop this promising short bread pastry further, this tasty flavor comes in Chocolate, Ube, Mocha and many more as we get Creative!