Robots are the wave of the future, and apparently the future is now. At least that’s the case at Zume Pizza in Mountain View, where robots are making artisanal pizzas, which are then delivered on a high-tech truck that bakes the pizzas on the delivery route. Part of that innovation is providing a better product. Big pizza companies are adding stabilizers, and other additives to counteract that effect, and create consistency. Collins says that Zume wants “to do away with the chemistry involved in large scale delivery pizza and use technology to make food better.”
- California just got another popular concept restaurant for guests. They can dine on pizza made by robots on site there.
- Everyone seems to love pizza and its creative toppings too. Now enjoy the dish when it is made by robot chefs.
- Observers will watch to see whether the idea takes hold. It could prove to be the most popular idea in years for guests.
“It wasn’t the fault of the workers, who rolled out intact dough bases. There wasn’t a kitchen mole prodding holes. It wasn’t even the recipe — a Zume pizza base can handle its fair share of toppings. It was the robots.”