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szdaily -> Tech and Science -> 
Machine makes 1,000 different salads
    2017-04-19  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    A U.S. firm has developed a robot that dispenses measured quantities of more than 20 ingredients* and offers precise caloric counts using proprietary technology*.

    Named Sally, this salad-making robot is capable of building more than 1,000 types of ready-to-eat salads in about 60 seconds.

    Sally was developed by the California-based firm Chowbotics, which uses robots to solve problems in food service such as cleanliness and efficiency.

    The robot is set to make its way into cafeterias, restaurants and hotels, where it will offer fully-customized, fresh and healthy salads.

    Not only has Chowbotics said that their robot is more efficient than human salad-makers, but it is also capable of “knowing” exactly how many calories are in your order using proprietary technology.

    Consumers simply place their bowl in the salad dispensing area and select different options on a large touch screen positioned on the front of the machine.

    The caloric count will be highlighted towards the bottom of the screen, showing users how many calories are being added as you select different toppings in the system, allowing you to remove or add more as you go along.

    Once you’ve finished selecting the desired ingredients, Sally will begin building your salad by dispensing one ingredient at a time.

    Businesses can purchase a unit for US$30,000 or lease one for about US$500 a month.(SD-Agencies)

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