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The world’s first burger made by a robot

A new burger store in San Francisco is introducing a fully automated burger making machine. The Creator Storefront restaurant will be host to the Creator robot that can grind beef, cook it to order, slice the buns and assemble toppings. It aims to provide the quality associated with good restaurants at a fast-food price. https://interestingengineering.com/the-worlds-first-robot-made-burger-is-served-in-san-francisco-for-6

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An automated restaurant experience

At one of Alibaba’s high-tech Hema grocery stores in Shanghai you can enjoy an automated dining experience. As you enter a quick QR code scan shows you your table and automatically notes your seat in the system for Hema’s robotic waiters. You can look at a fresh array of seafood and handpick your own ingredients, paid for in-app. A raised highway of robot pods has replaced human waitstaff with humans mostly left to the greeting and cooking. www.axios.com/alibaba-robot-restaurant-shanghai-china-automation-41348039-2540-4a42-8495-f0991db71574.html?

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A digital assistant to make your bookings

A digital assistant to make your bookings

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The world’s first commercial rock lobster hatchery

A new partnership with the University of Tasmania is planning to commercialise rock lobster production research and establish the world’s first hatchery for rock lobsters. Despite the high value of rock lobsters the long and complex lifecycle has made it impossible before now to produce the species in a commercially scalable hatchery. Australian companies are being offered the opportunity to collaborate with the University of Tasmania to scale-up and commercialise its innovative rock lobster aquaculture systems and related technologies.. http://www.imas.utas.edu.au/news/news-items/world-leading-aquaculture-breakthrough-to-transform-lobster-production

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Broccoli in your coffee

With funding from vegetable growers through Hort Innovation, CSIRO has developed a broccoli powder that could help pack extra veggies into your diet. The 100 per cent broccoli powder is made from whole broccoli, and produced using a combination of selected pre-treatment and drying processes to retain the natural colour, flavour and nutrient composition of fresh broccoli. Broccoli contains protein, fibre and health-promoting bioactive phytochemicals, making it an ideal candidate for being turned into a powder ingredient. https://blog.csiro.au/broccoli-better-latte-than-never/?

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A restaurant with robots instead of chefs

Spyce, a new Boston restaurant, has a high-tech approach to fast-casual cuisine. It’s the world’s first restaurant that features a robotic kitchen. After placing their orders via touch screen kiosks, guests can expect to have their meal ready in about three minutes. Once a dish is selected, robots in the kitchen combine the right ingredients before cooking and serving the meal. Staff help customers with ordering and garnish the final product. www.Spyce.com

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An International Wine Club Focused on Exploration and Education

This extraordinary club enhances your wine experience by giving you the knowledge, access, and opportunity to discover new wines. They focus on exploration and education to help us understand the vast world of wine. Every month members receive new international varietals to taste, share and enjoy, with fun tasting notes and information about the wine, where it comes from, and food pairing suggestions. If you receive a wine you don’t like, it will be replaced absolutely free. More info: winewithnancy@gmail.com

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Restaurants become retailers

Pondicheri, an Indian restaurant in Houston, with a branch in New York, is an example of a restaurant becoming retail. When it opened seven years ago, it sold only two products. Now it offers more than 70 products, from spices — the best-seller — to prepared food kits, pickles, chutneys, frozen sauces and stocks, and oils. The owners recognise that younger customers want to cook and retail now makes up about 9 per cent of their sales. The trend follows the continued expansion of Eataly, which has successfully meshed the retail-restaurant experience. www.pondicheri.com/

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Nanoparticles to detect fake Australian beef

Commercial trials are underway in Australia to inject edible nanoparticles into cuts and sides of export meat before it leaves Australia, with the meat linked to encrypted blockchain verification systems that need unlocking to prove it is genuine Australian provenance once it ­arrives in China. It is estimated twice the amount of Australian beef actually exported is sold in China while carrying an Australian brand or Australian-grown label; a fraud that costs Australian farmers and meat exporters $2 billion in potential lost sales. Cutting-edge nanoparticle technology adopted from the medical industry, using unique brand-identifying films or liquid injections that are safe to eat and impossible to taste or see, may be the secret to solving this major global problem. To help you get the picture, a human hair is 10,000 times wider than a nanoparticle. A nanoparticle is the size of a molecule. www.theaustralian.com.au/business/aussie-beef-exporterd-declare-war-on-chinese-counterfeiters/news-story/1ace93c183e7604880e8a4abbde11920

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Wine labels that come alive with AR!

When you have downloaded the “Living Wine Labels” app you can view The Walking Dead wine label through your smartphone to watch it come to life with augmented reality. The Blood Red Blend label has an image of Sheriff Rick Grimes staring down the undead. When the app is launched and pointed at the label, you see Sheriff Rick fight off the ‘walkers’. The Cabernet Sauvignon label features a horde of zombies, and they break out of the label onto your phone screen. When you point the app at both labels through the app, when the bottles are side by side, the characters fight each other. Designed for clever dinner party entertainment! www.skybound.com/the-walking-dead/news-events/news-eventsnew-walking-dead-wines-will-feature-ar-labels/

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