Hestia Insight Announces Health and Wellness Products E-vending Machine Pilot Program – Yahoo Finance

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LAS VEGAS, NV, July 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWireHestia Insight Inc. (OTCQB: HSTA), a Company focused on the development and operation of novel technologies in the healthcare and biotech sectors, as well as providing sales and marketing guidance and capital markets advisory services to its clients, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, HSTA HEALTH INC., purchased ten fully-automated HealthyYOU E-vending machines in connection with the Company’s vending pilot program.
The technologically advanced, unattended HealthyYOU E-vending machines dispense healthy food, beverage, and wellness products to paying customers at the point of sale, accepting cash, coin, credit or debit cards, and payments by smartphones, watches and other devices. The Company’s goal is to create a technology-driven health and wellness vending business division through its purchase and operation of the HealthyYOU vending machines.
Edward Lee, the Company’s CEO, stated, “Our recent initial purchase of HealthyYOU E-vending machines as part of our vending pilot program is a culmination of our extensive research into the healthy foods and wellness vending machine market and the evolution of healthy food and wellness technologies. The goal of our vending pilot program is to provide us with additional insights into this burgeoning market so we may participate in and contribute to its growth.  Subject to the outcomes of our vending pilot program, we intend to purchase and operate additional E-vending machines on an ongoing basis within our new vending business division.”
Mr. Lee continued: “According to a March 1, 2022 article by smallbizgenius.net, there are currently more than 6.9 million vending machines in the U.S., and the U.S. vending machine market size was $36.5 billion in 2020. We believe that the traditional vending machine business is ripe for change given the technological advances of E-vending machines and that people are more health conscious today.  Should our vending pilot program prove to be successful, we envision owning and operating thousands of E-vending machines in the coming years.”
About Hestia Insight Inc.
Hestia Insight Inc. (“Hestia Insight” and the “Company”) is focused primarily on the healthcare and biotech sectors through the Company’s two wholly owned operating subsidiaries, Hestia Investments Inc. (“Hestia Investments”), and HSTA Health Inc. (“HSTA Health”). Hestia Investments provides strategic consulting, medical supply sales and marketing support, management, and capital markets advisory services for select micro, small and medium sized companies within the healthcare and biotech sectors. HSTA Health provides healthcare management and patient services and develops new healthcare technologies for neurological and psychiatric disorders. The Company is positioned to make strategic acquisitions of emerging growth companies with unique sciences and technologies. The Company intends to pursue the acquisition and development of healthcare related technologies in the healthcare and biotech sectors through acquisition, licensing, or joint ventures. The Company will also consider a third avenue of investing in certain technologies. The Company entered the healthcare sector to explore emerging healthcare technologies, especially growth companies that own and develop unique sciences and technologies.
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