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Startup ‘Karakuri’ offers robotic meal preparation service

Karakuri – which takes its name from the traditional Japanese mechanised puppets – was founded in 2018 by Simon Watt and Barney Wragg, two friends and former colleagues who had worked together at computer chip design firm ARM.

The company is developing robots to prepare freshly-made, customisable, ready-to-eat meals. Its DK-One robot – currently at the prototype stage – can serve up meals adjusted for portion size and dietary requirements from up to 48 ingredients. The company claims the robot can output a meal every 10 seconds.

“Consumers are looking for food retailers and restaurants to offer menus that can be tailored to their specific needs and dietary goals”.

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Source: The Grocer Jan 21 | Innovation