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The Top 8 Ways Ai is Changing the Foodtech Industry
Among the various manufacturing industries worldwide, the food technology industry is one of the most important. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning have primarily automated several complex issues that the industry faced.
Fremont, CA: By increasing production and utilizing various fitting algorithms to boost sales, artificial intelligence and data science have improved the quality of restaurants, cafes, online food delivery systems, and food outlets.
Top 10 Artificial Intelligence Innovations in the FoodTech Industry
Protein Substitutes: The primary sources of alternative proteins currently available are cultured meats and plats. They are not only nutrient-dense, but they also use fewer resources. These products also reduce overall consumption costs because they are only needed for minor dietary requirements and health monitoring.
3D Food Printers: 3D food printers enable personalized diets and alternative protein-based meals that provide our bodies with proper nutrition. Even though material extrusion is one of the most common types of food printing methods, companies have begun to develop food products using laser, inkjet food printing, and bioprinting methods.
Smart Food-Waste Tracker: According to studies, much food produced globally is lost or wasted. As a result, recent AI innovations have developed technological solutions to reduce and track food waste globally. Food producers, restaurants, hotels, and smart cities can benefit from these monitoring solutions to reduce food waste.
Automated Kitchens: The concept of using robots in the kitchen may seem far-fetched, but it is now a reality. Restaurants have opted for mechanical tools and machines to alleviate work pressure in recent years. A restaurant or any kitchen that uses robots to cook and prepare food is called an automated kitchen.
Autonomous Food Serving Robots: A food serving robot serves foods and beverages autonomously. These robots can help waiters carry dishes and develop creative ways to keep diners happy. This innovation has dramatically benefited restaurants and hotels.
Nutraceuticals: The emergence of the coronavirus pandemic has caused people to place a greater emphasis on personal nutrition and healthy eating habits. This has elevated nutraceuticals to the forefront of food industry innovation. Scientists studying nutraceuticals have proposed that these products provide health benefits against oxidative stress-related disorders such as allergy, diabetes, and immune diseases.
Forward Osmosis: Osmosis has several life-saving functions applied to food preservation. It is a promising membrane technology widely used in the food industry for liquid food.
Ghost Kitchens: Ghost kitchens are food prep operations or restaurants that do not have waiters, dining rooms, takeaways, or other public presentations. These kitchens can only be purchased online. Restaurants that appear as ghost kitchens on online food delivery apps generally appear as regular restaurants.
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