As we speak in restaurant and grocery tech information, espresso retailers get automated in Singaporean practice stations, whereas Supply Hero seizes on demand for sustainable packaging. Plus, Crimson Robin takes a success.
Robots that may serve as much as 200 cups of espresso an hour are coming to virtually one-quarter of all Mass Speedy Transit stations in Singapore, marking the most recent iteration of a worldwide development during which labor-strapped meals service companies are more and more turning to non-human options.
This week in restaurant information, Crimson Robin studies losses, Jack within the Field expands, and TGI Friday’s dad or mum firm will get into ghost kitchens.
With regards to meal supply marketplaces, customers have loads of choices. Jeffrey Oatham, director of sustainability, CSR and security at Supply Hero, spoke with PYMNTS about how the corporate’s partnership with Eco-Merchandise can seize on sustainability-minded customers’ demand for Earth-friendly packaging.