Technology now allows us to perform more technical operations in the kitchen, and some food processors can prepare whole dishes in a short time and with little effort, just by adding the ingredients to the machine. Companies like Momentum Machines or Chowbotics target this growing market, which has become increasingly popular.
Chowbotics has landed $5 million to develop what it’s calling food service robots. These are machines designed to prepare food in restaurants, offices, airports, malls and hospitals. The company’s flagship product, Sally, is a salad-making robot that uses 20 different food canisters to prepare and serve more than 1,000 different types of salads. The company is now ready to develop new robots that can prep a range of other foods such breakfast, burritos, tacos and more!
To be sure, these food processors are meant to be assistants in the kitchen, not replacements. No food processor can ever really duplicate a chef’s creativity or experience, and they can’t taste food to let you know if it’s perfectly done. More importantly, most machines are quite limited in their movement, and can only do so much…
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