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Looking for a snack, beverage, or something else?


LOCUS Machine

Sustainable · Local · Vegan

This vending machine is unique to UTM and is managed by our Farmer Pawel. We bring in local, sustainable, plant-based goods in order to support local artisans and bring new and fun options to the UTM community.

Some of the brands we have brought in are:

  • Copperpot Nuts
  • Honey Bar
  • Snack Conscious protein bites
  • Nomz energy bites

Learn more

THEOS Machine

Fair Trade · Organic · Plastic Free

Welcome to the first innovative gourmet Café in Canada = THEOS!

Please enjoy a coffee or tea and take a minute to learn more about Theos - a clean, smart tech company.

THEOS is here to give you the best product and lead you to healthy options and the latest in innovative experiences.

We encourages you to support their clean water project and their Fair Trade, Organic and Plastic-Free planet programs!

CLASSIC Snack Machines

Variety · Multiple Locations ·  Always Open

In a rush, not close to a dining hall, or simply want to keep it... simple? We've got you...

Check out our many vending machines across campus. They offer everything from classic snacks and beverage options to some luxury Fair Trade chocolate!

Located in most buildings on campus, you're guaranteed to find some close to you. Don't know where to start? Use the map below to help locate one, today!

Download a copy of our Vending Map



Vending Map 


UTM Vending


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Confused about the pre-authorization amount?

Don't worry! This is how pre-authorization holds work:

  1. When your payment card is swiped at the vending machine, the bank that issued your card automatically puts a hold on a predetermined amount of money. This amount is typically the value of the highest priced item in the vending machine. This is done for a variety of safety reasons for the vending company.
  2. Once the sale is complete, the transaction is submitted for settling. This means the vending machine lets your card bank know what you ended up purchasing, and how much it cost.
  3. The temporary hold is released from your card, and you are only charged for what you actually bought. Depending on your card bank this can take between 1-3 days.
  4. Once the bank knows how much you spent, they will only then charge your card and pay the vending company.
  5. In the unlikely event that you are incorrectly charged, please contact the vending company service line for support. Their number is on each vending machine.



Questions? Contact us!

(905) 569-4795
William G. Davis building, Suite 3127

Making experiences, exceptional