soda fountain


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soda fountain

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a counter that serves drinks, snacks, etc.

soda fountain

A system for dispensing soda water, usually equipped with a self-contained or remote refrigeration system with compartments for ice cream; may include a built-in sink and carbonator; esp. used at counters in drugstores and in restaurants.
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Researchers tested 90 beverages from 20 self-service and 10 personnel-dispensed soda fountains and looked for microbial contamination.
It's not uncommon for the soda fountain to serve 300 shakes per weekend -- a full sundae glass and a tin container with the extra shake, easily making 1 1/2 servings.
I wouldn't have opened my restaurant if I had known I was going to have competition from a grill and soda fountain.
The daughter of the coursing Derby winner Swanky Star took the first step in the transition from coursing to racing then she was mated with the former flapping dog Soda Fountain.
The result was tweaking the soda fountain as a "destination within a destination.
Using the five-digit product coding system, there are at least six such exchange groups -- commercial cooking and food-warming equipment (35891); automic vending machines (35811); commercial refrigiration (35853); soda fountain and beer dispensers (35859); dishwashing machines (35892); and restaurant cafeteria and bar furnishings and fixtures (exclusive of the equipment already listed) (25992).
com/research/310307/us_market_research) has announced the addition of BizMiner's "US Market Research Profile - Soda Fountain Supplies Wholesale Wholesale Trade" report to their extensive offering of international market research publications.
But they're coming out of these soda fountain machines.
We also loved the buckeye candies (an Ohio tradition with peanut butter and chocolate), and the vanilla soda fountain fudge was especially smooth -- both are 95 cents apiece.
Poet and public interest attorney Brian Gilmore is the author of two collections of poetry, including his latest, "Jungle nights and soda fountain rags: A poem for Duke Ellington and the Duke Ellington Orchestra.
Though only 26 years old, this corner soda fountain could easily be where Buddy Holly first saw Peggy Sue.