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October SUPERFOOD - Tea


The SUPERFOOD for October is Tea! Hot or cold, tea has many health benefits, including:

  • Tea contains antioxidants.
  • Tea has less caffeine than coffee.
  • Tea may reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke.
  • Tea may help with weight loss.
  • Tea may boost the immune system.
  • Tea may help battle cancer.

Stop by your local VVS cafeteria or Micro Market during October to enjoy the many benefits of this SUPERFOOD!

September SUPERFOOD - Beets


The September SUPERFOOD is Beets! Beets are more than pretty vegetables. Their color comes from betalains – antioxidants with a variety of potential health benefits. Vitamins, potassium and fiber round out beets’ benefits.

Beets offer two edible parts – the root, which we typically think of when eating beets, and the greens, which are delicious in salads. Beets are a unique source of phytonutrients called betalains, which has been shown to provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxification support.

August SUPERFOOD - Tomatoes


Tomatoes are the SUPERFOOD for August! Tomatoes are an excellent source of Vitamin C, and a good source of Vitamin A. Tomatoes come in a variety of different colors, each with their own distinct taste. Red tomatoes have lycopene – research suggests that a lycopene-rich diet may be associated with lowering the risk of certain cancers and heart disease.
Stop in to your local VVS Café and enjoy the many flavors and benefits of tomatoes!

Our History

Our History

In March of 1961 VVS, Inc. (Valley Vending Service) was founded when Wayne Davis, a Cozad, Nebraska truck stop and café owner, and Gale Evans, a local bakery owner, joined forces in the automated food business. Acquiring their first account, the Monroe Shock Absorber manufacturing plant in Cozad, Nebraska, Wayne and Gale began selling candy and pastry items in their first few vending machines. Six months later Wayne Davis decided to follow his instincts and purchase 100 percent of the company.

In 1968 VVS spread its wings again, getting into the amusement device business with its first pool table on location.

In 1979, the same year VVS acquired it’s first dining service account, Wayne stepped down as President to make way for his son Dick Davis. Educated with his dad’s principles toward customer service, Dick has guided VVS through a series of company acquisitions, new account sales and territory expansions. His daughter, Kristen Jack, joined the company in 1991, and is now President of VVS, Inc. Dick remains as the Chief Financial Officer and Chairman of the Board.

In June 2001, VVS, Inc. signed with Canteen, the largest vending company in the world, as a member of their Franchise Group. With Canteen’s guidance and VVS’s deep roots in quality service and innovation, the company has continued to acquire business in Nebraska, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Colorado and Texas. Over 500 dedicated VVS Canteen employee’s service more than 3700 vending machines, 1600 amusement devices and numerous foodservice locations spanning six states.
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