Over the past few years, fast-food culture has grown worldwide leading to a rise in the growth of fast food restaurants globally. Pizza has been on the top of the go-to fast food items for people around the globe. A report suggests that alone in 2015, Americans reportedly ate around 100 acres of Pizzas daily.
This has also risen the growth of Pizzerias leading to an increase in the need for laborers resulting in increased the cost of production. To resolve this issue a robotic startup Picnic has started producing robotic pizza machinery and has also received a good response from the investors as the company raised $16.3 million back in May and $4.2 million in July 2021. After getting such a good amount of investment finally the startup confirmed to introduce its Pizza robotic machinery to the public.
The startup confirmed this news at the recently held International Pizza Expo and Conference conducted in Las Vegas.”This is one of the major achievements for our company, and we are very much happy to reveal the public distribution of our product as well as anticipating a great year in front”, as per the CEO of the startup Clayton Wood. The startup confirmed to fulfill the remaining client’s deliveries by the end of the year and will begin taking new purchasing orders from 2022.
Talking about the pricing the startup expected to charge between $3,500-$5,000 a month from the restaurants who want to buy their product. The pizza robotic machine is capable of producing up to 100 Pizzas per hour at a reasonable cost without causing food waste. The product is now up for pre-orders, hence the interested Restaurants and pizzerias around the USA must book a Picnic’s robotic pizza machinery without wasting a single moment.