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A milk ATM Vending machine dispatch to Kericho town

We promised to document on milk ATM machine distributions to our customers within and outside Kenya, today we had a pleasure to install and commission a milk vending ATM at one of our repeat customers shop in Kericho.

This shows how the demand and reliability of Tassmatt Agencies Limited ATM Machines. The customer, Bregeds Solution is now set to maximise its income from the newly installed machine.

“Tassmatt has been there for us, especially when i needed the KEBS and KRA permits from the first machine, they were of really help as they were able to assist on the flow process from the beginning to end” Said Mr Lagat to Farmers Trend Journalist

Our Milk ATM dispensers are convenient for vending milk in shop or a supermarket. We manufacture the dispensers of different carrying capacity as per the customer’s needs and preference. Tassmatt Milk ATM manufacturer in Kenya,

We also do branding of the dispensers as per the client’s descriptions where needed.

Functionality of our milk ATM dispensers :

  • Record total daily sales.
  • Take volume of the milk  that is fed into the dispenser and the remaining volume after sales.
  • Track sales via short message
  • Have self cleaning menu
  • Have user protection security (enhanced security via user password).

The milk dispenser, commonly called milk ATM is the main machine required for business promise good profit.  Milk ATM  come in varying sizes and designs– portable and wall – such as 150, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 200 and even 1,000 litres. As a result, they are refrigerated to preserve milk and can dispense any denomination of milk in 100ml units.

Milk Machine (ATM) essentially allows a consumer to buy milk for any amount of money they have eliminating the need for packaging  and knocks off  middlemen from the daily value . This has the end result of making the product more affordable and also create good profit to the owner.

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Happy free delivery and Installation of milk ATM to another Nairobi Customer

Nairobi customer today has a new type of milk atm vending machine – these ones distribute milk, so much so James, a shop owner, has stoped selling package milk and has switched to selling milk from a vending machine bought at Tassmatt Agencies Limited.

Shopkeepers prefer them because they are easy to use, maintain and uses low power.

The emergence of Milk ATMs in Kenya is also helping farmers improve their profits.The milk is delivered to the milk ATMs where the retailers sell the milk to buyers.

When a customer arrives at the shop, the owner just keys in the amount that the buyer wants and the ATM automatically dispenses the milk.

“The advantages of this Milk ATM machine is; one it is easy to maintain and it is very fast to serve customers and thirdly when you store milk behind it, it is ever (always) fresh so that the customer can drink directly. It comes from the farm and if it is the amount you can measure from as low as 10 shillings.” explained James.

People prefer products from the Milk ATM machine simply because they are cheaper. Sophia Ali who has been using Tassmatt Milk Atm, has been using milk from these machines for over two years.

“The milk from the ATM is very reliable because one litre of milk from the ATM is Ksh 60($0.60) compared with milk from the shop which is Ksh 55 which is 500ml which per litre is Ksh120 so it is more cheaper and when you cook tea with this milk from the ATM is actually the best because it has no preservatives it has no additives, it has nothing even it is not diluted. So you can make even more tea with that one litre of milk which is Ksh 60 compared with the milk from the shop which is Ksh120.”

The milk ATMs could pose a health risk, since the hygienic conditions of the containers in which it is collected, transported and sold don’t necessarily meet the standards laid out by the Kenya Dairy Board act.

Despite the convenience provided by the ATMs for farmers, shopkeepers and customers, food safety needs to be observed, cautions Martin Njagi, quality assurance officer, Limuru Dairy farmers cooperative society:

“Now, you find that many of the farmers, especially here in Kenya, they have not yet adopted the food-grade materials so they end up using the plastic handling containers that are not hygienic at all and you cannot be able to guarantee their hygiene because one thing you cannot be able to clean them sufficiently, using even hot water and even other detergents.”

Automated Vending Machines are popping up all over Kenya.The ATMs sell a variety of products from milk to cooking oil to water.

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Requirements For Starting a Milk Bar ATM Business in Kenya

This article outlines some of the key requirements that an investor on Milk ATM business in Kenya, Milk Bar or Parlor should have for a smooth operation. A Milk ATM baris a retail outlet that sells milk and other dairy products to consumers. Milk bars generally handle between 50 to 200 litres of milk per day. The milk bar ATM machines have in-built coolers and use electricity to store and dispense milk.

Kenya has a well-developed dairy industry with an estimated production of 5.2 billion litres of milk per year. Actually, the dairy industry in Kenya contributes approximately 14% and 4.5% of the country’s agricultural and National Gross Domestic Products (GDP) respectively.

The licensing of milk bars is done by the Kenya Dairy Board (KDB). As of last year, there were more than 1,400 licensed milk bars in the country. Most of these milk bars are located in urban and peri-urban areas.

The procedure of  Starting a Milk ATM Bar in Kenya 

1. Identify a suitable premise to set up the milk bar.  The premise should meet the following hygienic and operational requirements.


  • The premise should be located away from sources of contamination.
  • The floors, walls and ceilings should be impervious, easy to clean and sanitize.
  • The premise should have adequate and protected lighting and ventilation.
  • The premise should have adequate hand washing and sanitization facilities.
  • Adequate and clean toilet and sanitary facilities should be provided.
  • The premise should be designed to prevent cross-contamination of milk.


  • Surfaces of milk containers intended to come into contact with milk should be easy to clean and disinfect, corrosion-resistant and not capable of transferring harmful substances to the milk.
  • The layout of the equipment should allow for adequate cleaning and prevent cross-contamination.

Cleaning and sanitization programs.

  • The cleaning and disinfecting agents should be effective, safe and easily rinsed.
  • Immediate cleaning and disinfection of the equipment and containers after use.


  • Milk handlers should be free of contagious or infectious diseases which may be transferred through the milk or affect the quality and safety of the milk.
  • Milk handling personnel should observe personal hygiene, wear suitable protective attire and avoid undesirable behaviour during milk handling.


  • Provide adequate and clean potable water for cleaning of equipment, facilities, utensils and containers.

Waste Management

  • Liquid and solid waste should be disposed of in accordance with the relevant regulations.
  • Ensure solid and liquid waste does not harbour flies, insects and other rodents.


  • Premises should be managed by a qualified supervisor or manager.


  •  Recommended processing schedules should be followed e.g. pasteurization temperatures and time controls.

2. Contact the nearest Kenya Dairy Board office for a preliminary inspection of premises (Where areas of non-compliance are identified, improvements should be undertaken)

3.  Apply online for licensing.

The application fees for a milk bar license is Ksh 600. The online application is done at the Kenya Dairy Board Portal.

The following documents will be required.

  • A copy of your business registration certificate
  • PIN certificate
  • Identity card
  • Proof of pasteurization
  • Medical certificate of the Milk handling personnel

4. You will then obtain notification of inspection.

5. Upon successful inspection, you will be required to pay the requisite license fees of Ksh 2,500.  This is an annual fee.

6. Once you have made the payment, the license will be processed within 14 days. The license will be valid for a period of one year.

7. You can now start operations and pay monthly cess and levy as and where applicable. Kindly note that non-compliance can lead to suspension of the permit.


You can always relay on Tassmatt Agencies Limited for Milk Vending ATM Machines in Kenya for your milk bar, Tassmatt assist on obtaining of all the listed licenses upon purchase of the machine. Give them a call via 0726-410068. Keep in mind that milk coolers and milk pasteurizers are also available.