On Friday, Coca-Cola has brought a new choice to the beverage world with its brand new Coca-Cola Freestyle 9100 soda machine, which connects with Bluetooth and helps consumers to mix their own flavors in their drinks.
Well, Coca-Cola counted that per day more than 50,000 Coca-Cola Freestyle units poured 14 million drinks around the world, therefore, it came in an idea to take this advantage to the next level with a Bluetooth connected soda machine which can produce personalized drinks for consumers.
Regarding of the new machine, Chris Hellmann the Freestyle’s VP general manager said in a statement that “We’ve built features into this dispenser that are not only contemporary for today. We’ve also future-proofed the platform with not-yet-activated features like audio capability, optical sensors and a new equipment option that will eventually support the addition of drink categories not available on Freestyle today, such as teas, cold coffees and new varieties of juices.”
Furthermore, he also added that “Choice and customization are not fads – they’re here to stay. So we’re focused on making sure the Coca-Cola Freestyle platform stays current and contemporary and that we continue to offer more beverages people want.”
This weekend, initially Coca-Cola will unveil its new Coca-Cola Freestyle 9100 soda machine at the National Restaurant Association (NRA) tradeshow in Chicago. After then, the company likely to reveal the awesome new machine broadly in 2019, and furthermore has plans to actualize another Freestyle working framework over every single existing machine.