HUMAN Healthy Vending Ashburn, VA

HUMAN Healthy Vending Ashburn, VA The #1 Source for Healthy Vending Machines, Micro Markets & Healthy Snack Delivery in Northern Virginia

HUMAN manufactures and distributes high-tech and eco-friendly vending machines that sell 100% healthy foods and drinks that have been screened by an advisory board of medical doctors, certified nutritionists, registered dietitians, and public health specialists to ensure they meet a high caliber of nutritional standards. Because health is at the forefront of the national agenda, we are seeing many federal and state regulations enacted to limit the consumption of unhealthy snack foods, particularly in schools. HUMAN Healthy Vending ensures that vending machines placed in schools meet and/or exceed these federal and state guidelines.

It’s not just food and drinks that HUMAN has given a health-conscious makeover to; HUMAN Healthy Vending machines themselves are a far cry from their antiquated counterparts. The machines feature LCD screens that can stream digital educational content, such as healthy living tips, in addition to energy-saving technology, credit card readers, remote sensors that automatically track inventory and expiration dates, a conveyor belt system rather than coils, and some machines even offer chilled and frozen meals that can be microwaved internally. In fact, we are the first company to offer this full-service model of healthful and convenient meals.

HUMAN donates 10% of profits to charities that fight the causes of childhood obesity and malnutrition, with a predominate recipient of those funds being HUMAN’s non-profit arm, HUMAN Everywhere.


Forbes Magazine: America’s Most Promising Companies
HUMAN Healthy Vending was ranked #37 on Forbes list of America’s Most Promising Companies for 2011.

Forbes Magazine: 30 Under 30
Forbes magazine has ranked Sean Kelly, CEO and co-founder of HUMAN Healthy Vending, as one of the nation’s brightest stars under the age of 30.

HUMAN featured in “Getting Back to Business: A CNBC Town Hall Event”
America’s small business owners come face-to-face with some of the most successful entrepreneurs in America. CNBC’s Brian Sullivan leads an unprecedented town hall event.

Entrepreneur Magazine: Top 100 Brilliant Companies
How H.U.M.A.N. Is Breaking Through As the Next-Generation Snack Machine

CNN Money "10 Generation Next Entrepreneurs to Watch"

ABC World News with Diane Sawyer
Vending Machines Get a Makeover

Featured in Women's Health Magazine, Franchise Times, Natural Child World Magazine, Fitness Magazine, GOOD Business Magazine, Mother Natur Network, and more.


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Replace a coffee break with a brisk walk. Ask a friend or colleague to join you. Tell us your tips for fitting activity into your day! Or get inspiration here:


Fall is a great time to get the family outside for a leaf exploration walk. Encourage kids to point out all the colors and shapes they see! More activities to do with kids:


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Apples and peaches are in season! Visit a pick-your-own orchard, or head to a nearby farmers market to get juicy, seasonal fruit! Apple Corn Chili is a great way to use apples in a savory dish:


It’s back to school season, and MyPlate is here to help busy parents and caregivers keep up healthy eating habits. Meal planning is a great way to get organized and plan out healthy meals for the week. More tips:


Get your Fruit Group fix with peaches, strawberries, melons, or many of the other fruits in season during the summer.


Making half your plate fruits and vegetables doesn't have to cost a lot. Stock up on frozen and canned produce to save money and time in the kitchen. Try frozen spinach and canned beans in this recipe for Spanish Chickpea Stew:


Did you know that some kids may need 12 or more tries before they accept a food? Be patient when introducing new foods to your family and use these tips to help children try new foods:


Use the Nutrition Facts label to compare the sodium in packaged foods and beverages. When possible, select low-sodium, reduced sodium, or no-salt-added products.


It’s National Watermelon Day! Use cookie cutters to create fun shapes, serve up slices with popsicle sticks, or try this refreshing fruit slush to celebrate.


Keep a bowl of fruit on your kitchen table or countertop. It makes it easier to choose a healthy snack when it’s in plain sight! For more tips to help you eat fruits, click here:


It’s Senior Health & Fitness Day! For info about keeping older Americans active & healthy, visit: #Go4Life
National Bike to Work Day


National Bike to Work Day is being observed today! It has been observed the third Friday of May since 1956.
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Love a Tree Day

Love a Tree Day is being observed today! It has always been observed annually on May 16th.


Smart choices and small changes can help favorite takeout meals fit your healthy lifestyle. Pick dishes that highlight veggies and ask for half the sauce. More tips:


Find fiber on the label. Good sources of fiber have at least 3 grams per serving while excellent sources have 5 or more grams per serving. This Chickpea and Spinach Saute is an excellent source of fiber:


When enjoying pasta, choose red sauces made from veggies rather than creamy sauces. This small change can help you save on saturated fat and sodium. For more dinner tips, visit:


Hydrate to feel great! Jazz it up by adding slices of fruit or fresh herbs like mint, rosemary or basil. For additional tips on making better beverage choices:


Pack a nutritious punch into lunch by choosing whole grains and adding in a side of veggies! More lunch tips here: #MyPlateMyWins


Are you a dietitian, educator, parent, or someone who is just trying to eat a bit better? We've got lots of materials to support your efforts during March and all year long! Learn more:


Bring in beans! Bring beans into a meal today – they are a unique food because they count as both a vegetable and a protein food! Beans are great sources of dietary fiber and nutrients such as folate and potassium! Click here for the recipe pictured:
Tips for making wise choices

I started to add more vegetables to every meal for my family. We also drink more water. We also eat more beans because they are inexpensive and have healthy fiber. Good tips!
Tip: Short on time?

Get your veggies with a “minute salad.” Mix pre-washed bagged salad greens and cabbage with baby carrots and grape tomatoes.


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Short on time? Get your veggies with a “minute salad.” Mix pre-washed bagged salad greens and cabbage with baby carrots and grape tomatoes. View more salad recipes:


Warm up with a hearty meal: The weather outside is frightful, but with this delicious meal – cooked low and slow – you’ll warm up from the inside out! For the full recipe, visit:


This week, many Americans will gather together with friends and family to celebrate Thanksgiving. When the fun is done, you may be left with more turkey than you anticipated. Use up those leftovers with these recipes from #WhatsCooking!


Planning healthy meals ahead of time can help you stick to a healthy eating style. If you’re new to meal planning, start small and work up to more.


Add color and try something new! Eat a new, bright and colorful fruit today, like magenta pomegranates or green kiwis, or add these fruits to a recipe! Click here for a recipe to try:


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Ashburn, VA


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