Food and Beverage
McDonald's just opened a new restaurant, it reveals a blueprint for the future of the fast-food giant
On Thursday, McDonald's opened a new flagship restaurant in Chicago. It's a glassy, 19,000-square-foot building that looks more like an Apple Store than a fast-food restaurant — and that's exactly what the company intended.
Restaurants around the globe are embracing technology in a big way to cater to the demands of its new generation customers. The trend has reached India, too, where tech-savvy restaurants all over the country are trying to excel in delivering “unique and innovative” theme-based dining experiences and entertainment.
Nerdys Pizza a German robot Pizza startup comes to America. This ingenious oven system allows pizzas to be baked during the journey to the customer, and lets you follow the cooking process using an app.
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NoMo SoHo Hotel announced a revolutionary smartphone tailored for hospitality and designed as a complimentary amenity for hotel guests. NoMo SoHo is the first hotel to embrace this technology, enabling guests to “travel like a local” with unparalleled mobile connectivity and curated travel guides while exploring the city.
The Coca-Cola Company has announced that its Bottling Investments Group will take over management of its bottling operations in the Philippines after Coca-Cola Femsa revealed plans to sell its stake.
The retailer partnered with autonomous vehicle manufacturer Nuro in June to launch the service, and the two companies stated at the time that they would announce the location of the trial at a later date, and Scottsdale was chosen partially due to the state’s accommodating laws regarding driverless vehicles.
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We are now looking at a world where automation, digitization, and smarter solutions are the norm. However, the foodservice industry seems to be one of the last to jump on-board with this.