RoboEatz, a food-tech startup headquartered in Canada, debuted its new technology in CES 2021. The new food technology offers autonomous operation of end-to-end kitchen tasks from a pre-set list of 80 ingredients making a meal in as little as 30 seconds. The cooking robot offers hot and cold storage, preparation, plating, cleaning, and sanitizing.
RoboEatz was "designed by restaurateurs and aerospace engineers for the food service industry" and can be used in university cafeterias, corporate kitchens, or fast-casual chains. The robotic kitchens system can prepare food dishes that are customizable by taste preferences and dietary restrictions.
Moreover, the use of the autonomous robot could improve food safety by reducing the transmission of COVID-19 and other viruses.
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