Chef Robotics eyes commercial kitchens with $14.75M raise
In the past several years, the kitchen has increasingly become a focal point for the world of automation. Miso, for instance, has made a name for itself with Flippy, a hamburger cooking arm that has found its way into chain restaurants like White Castle. Others, including Zume Robotics, have been less successful — the pizza robot firm shut its doors last year after attempting a major pivot into Earth-conscious food packaging.Chef Robotics has been kicking since 2019. The founding was unquestionably fortuitous timing, just ahead of COVID-related closures and resulting labor shortages that continue to this day in industries like fast food. This week, the San Francisco–based firm announced that it has closed a $14.75 million combo equity/debt round. Read the full article: techcrunch.com
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