FRESH FOOD. ANYTIME. ANYWHERE.

Each Savor Life machine features a menu display that users can scroll through for product info, and a card reader where they can swipe to pay for whatever they want. Customers can take anything they like out of the vending machine to examine it without risk of being billed erroneously if they put the items back. RFID tags are affixed to each item, and tell the machine automatically the items a customer carries away, and how much to charge their card.

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You either have to be the size to warrant the buildout of an onsite cafe or cafeteria, or you need to have pretty deep pockets for a catered-food program for employees. Otherwise, you’re basically stuck with the usual packaged snacks from Costco [Wholesale] or, worst-case scenario, the old-time vending machine in your office. Contact us today to learn more about getting a smart vending machine for your employees

“Food is a prism. Peer into it and you see America’s greatest challenges refracted: health, sustainability, equity. Solving these challenges in food is a momentous task. But do it there, and we can do it everywhere.”

—Curt Ellis, Founder/CEO,FoodCorps

Healthy and Happy. Delivered Fresh!

At Savor Life we understand High-Quality food is a luxury most people simply can’t afford. They purchase fast food at a low price with an even lower quality, sound familiar? Wouldn’t it be incredible if there was a way to make food available that was affordable and most importantly, high in quality? At Savor Life we have cracked the code to sustainability and modeled our business behind this very thinking. The one thing 99% of the population spends more money than any other commodity is food. So imagine the food we could do if we can just make quality food affordable for everyone. Join us in the fight for quality food a let’s make a real difference in the world!

SAVOR LIFE. FOOD-FOR THOUGHT.

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Community Involvement

Our favorite local non-profits

The Green Urban Lunch Box

An innovative Non-Profit using creativity to promote urban agriculture and fight hunger in Salt Lake City Utah.

Their Mission: To empower people to engage in local food production by using the resources available in their community. They do so by connecting people to a creative network of spaces and opportunities. “At The Green Urban Lunch Box, we use innovative techniques to find new and creative solutions to the age old problem of hunger. Our programs focus on maximizing existing resources to not only fight hunger, but also strengthen the communities in which we work.”

Wasatch Cooperative Market | Salt Lake City, Utah - What is the Wasatch Co-op?

Our appetite and desire for fresh, local food has outgrown the twice-a-week seasonal market. The Wasatch Cooperative Market will help us find fresh, local food every day--whether it's a Wednesday in July or one in the middle of December. Watch this quick video and hear from some of their Founding Member-Owners! Simply put, it's a grocery store!

Julia Partain

Changing the world one bite at a time.

The Savor Life Co is on a mission to change the world by being at the forefront of food innovation and becoming synonymous with Conscious Consumption for the price conscious person. Combining fresh food vending machines (Byte Foods), an automated chef (Moley Robotics), and self-driving meal delivery (Elio Motors) we get the basis of our plan for a smarter kind of food company with the ability to produce high quality meals at a low price.

Savor Life Co

The Savor Life Co is on a mission to change the world by being at the forefront of food innovation and becoming synonymous with Conscious Consumption for the price conscious person. As computer-processing power doubles each year and the robotics and hardware industry becomes more cost effective, it only makes sense for the food industry to innovate with it.

(This article originally appeared on wakeup-world.com)

A few months ago, I freed myself from the standard-procedure society. I broke the chains of fear that kept me locked up into the system. Since then, I see the world from a different perspective: the one that everything is going through change and that most of us are unaware of that.

Why is the world changing? In this post, I’ll point out the eight reasons that lead me to believe it.

People working with big corporations can’t stand their jobs. The lack of purpose knocks on your door as if it came from inside you like a yell of despair. People want out. They want to drop everything and run. Take a look at how many people are willing to risk entrepreneurship, how many people are leaving on sabbaticals, and how many people are suffering with work-related depression, and burnout. We are reaching our limits.

The vortex of entrepreneurship was once to find an investor and get funded — to be funded was like winning the World Cup or the Super Bowl. But what happens after you get funded? You get back to being an employee. You may have brought in people not sharing your dream, not in agreement with your purpose, and soon, it’s all about the money. The financial end becomes the main driver of your business. People are suffering with it. Excellent startups began to tumble because the money-seeking model is endless.

A new way to endeavor is needed — and good people are doing it already. Over the past few years, with the explosion of startups, thousands of entrepreneurs have turned their garages into offices, to bring their world-changing, billion-dollar ideas to life.

Many people have figured out that it doesn’t make any sense to go on by yourself. Many people have awakened from the mad “each man for himself” mentality.

Stop, take a step back, and think. Isn’t it absurd that we, 7 billion of us living in the same planet, have grown further apart from each other? What sense does it make to turn your back on the thousands, maybe millions, of people living around you in the same city? Every time it crosses my mind, I feel blue.

Fortunately, things are changing. Sharing and collaborative economy concepts are being implemented, and it points towards a new direction. The direction of collaborating, of sharing, of helping, of togetherness. This is beautiful to watch. It touches me.

The Internet is an incredibly spectacular thing, and only now — after so many years — we are understanding its power. With the Internet, the world is opened, the barriers fall, the separation ends, the togetherness starts, the collaboration explodes, and the help emerges.

Some nations saw true revolutions that used the Internet as the primary catalyst, such as the Arab Spring. Here in Brazil, we are just starting to make a better use out of this amazing tool.

Internet is taking down mass control. The big media groups, who controlled the mainstream news and deliver the message they want us to read, are no longer the sole owners of information. You go after what you want. You bond to whomever you want. You explore whatever you may want to. With the advent of the Internet, the small are no longer speechless. There is a voice. The anonymous become acknowledged. The world comes together. And then the system may fall.

For too long, we’ve been manipulated to consume as much as we possibly can, to buy every new product launched — the newest car, the latest iPhone, the top brands, lots of clothes, shoes, in fact, lots and lots of pretty much anything we could our hands on.

Going against the crowd, many people have understood that this approach is way off. Lowsumerism, slow life and slow food are a few types of actions being taken as we speak, changing how we live and pointing out the contradiction of how absurdly we have come to organize ourselves. Fewer people are using cars. Fewer people are overspending. And more people are swapping clothes, buying used goods, sharing assets, cars, apartments, offices.

We don’t need all of that they told us we needed. And this consciousness of new consumerism can take down any company living on the exaggerated end of it.

We were once so crazy we accepted eating anything! It only needed to taste good, and everything would be alright. We were so disconnected that companies started to practically poison our food, and we didn’t say anything!

But then some people started waking up, enabling and strengthening the demand for healthy and organic eating. This is only going to get stronger.

But what has this got to do with economy and work? Just about everything, I’d say. Food production is one of the basic fundamentals of our society. If we change our mindset, our eating habit and our way of consuming, corporations will have to respond and adapt to a new market. The small farmer is getting back to being relevant to the whole chain of production. People are even growing plants and seeds inside their homes as well. And that reshapes the whole economy.

How many friends do you have who practice yoga? What about meditation? Now think back, 10 years ago. How many people did you know by then who practiced these activities?

Spirituality, for too long, was for esoteric folks — those weird-like and mystic people. But fortunately, this is also changing. We’ve come to the edge of reason and rationality. We were able to realize that, with only our conscious mind, we can’t figure out everything that goes on here. There is something else going on, and I’m sure you want to get hold of that as well.

You want to understand how these things work — how life operates, what happens after death, what is this energy thing people talk about so much, what is quantum physics, how thoughts can be materialized and create our sense of reality, what is coincidence and synchronicity, why meditation works, how it’s possible to cure some ailments using nothing but bare hands, how those alternative therapies not always approved by regular medicine can actually work sometimes.

Companies are providing meditation to their employees. Even schools are teaching the young how to meditate. Think about it.

Who created this teaching model? Who chose the classes your kids have to take? Who chose the lessons we learn in history classes? Why didn’t they teach us the truth about other ancient civilizations?

Why should kids follow a certain set of rules? Why should they watch everything in silence? Why should they wear a uniform? What about taking a test to prove what you actually learned?

We developed a model that perpetuates and replicates followers of the system, and breeds people into ordinary human beings.

Fortunately, a lot of people are working to change that, through concepts such as un-schooling, hack-schooling and homeschooling.