Sweetgreen opens its robotic Infinite Kitchen restaurant

The concept's fully automated makeline is described as faster and more accurate, and could cut labor costs in half.

Technology & Equipment

School district to test if biometric finger scanning reduces cafeteria lines

Poudre School District is piloting scanners at three schools starting this month.

Researchers at the University of Houston and University of Arizona are turning to artificial intelligence to better grasp the scope of the issue.

Baseball parks across the country have been cooking up a storm in the offseason, and fans can expect to be well fed from the crack of the first bat through the playoffs. Also on tap: new tech.

The delivery company is teaming up with Transact, a widely used campus payments app, to give students easy access to its restaurant marketplace.

Two new tools seek to continue the work of last year's White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health.

20 diverse pieces of equipment earned KI awards from the National Restaurant Association Show, each reflecting one or more overriding trends.

From labor-saving tech to cuisine with authenticity, here’s what’s top of mind in college foodservice.

The company's Cloud Cafe, which allows employees to order meals from an app, was built for hybrid workplaces.

Salt Shaker Grab-and-Go will sell a variety of sandwiches, pastries, coffees and more.

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