Electrolux and Innit are joining forces to make the task of meal-planning less of a headache at home.
Innit, which calls itself the world’s first connected food platform, will now power connected cooking experiences from Electrolux in order to automatically create meal suggestions tailored to one's specific dietary needs, allergies, preferences, as well as the capabilities of one's home appliances. Since the act of preparing multiple meals at once can be overwhelming, the new experience is set to make it easy for the average at-home cook to clearly see the steps they need to take to ensure all parts of a meal will be ready at the same time.
The first live demonstration of the Electrolux and Innit partnership is set to take place during EuroCucina 2018 and will involve Sony Mobile's Xperia Touch interactive projector.
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