Fast food restaurants are changing rapidly, self-service kiosks are becoming more common, and even McDonald’s is opening its first fully automated restaurant in Texas in late 2022. California-based startup Blendid is helping pioneer the vending machine. with its full-service robotic kiosks already operating at stores across the United States.
Blendid’s AI technology is fully adaptive so it can prepare any menu option, from smoothies to multi-course meals. The potential of this technology extends beyond fast food restaurants, as it could be used in institutions such as universities, schools, and hospital cafeterias, as well as retail stores and roadside tourist centers.
Blendid’s advanced artificial intelligence can create customized recipes and menus, making it an attractive option for restaurant owners and operators looking to reduce costs and increase efficiency.
For example, technology can take over some of the more tedious tasks in the kitchen, allowing staff to spend more time creating recipes or menus for their customers.
The opportunities for investors are also clear, making Blendid a promising startup with an innovative approach to automated food.