TiffinLabs, a foodtech company based in Singapore, has acquired access to over 1,000 kitchens across the US, Europe and Asia to create a global network of smart kitchens that will deliver enhanced home-dining experience to consumers around the world. The kitchens will progressively be rolled out in key cities around the world starting Q4 2020 – from Chicago, Austin and San Francisco in the US to London, Manchester and Birmingham in the UK.
The company will leverage its artificial intelligence (AI)-driven kitchen operating and management system across its kitchen network to deliver its international menu of cuisines from its digital-first restaurant brands, with a potential reach of over 15 million households. The team also harnesses the power of data analytics to identify food trends and changing consumer preferences while optimising its supply chains with its local smart kitchens to fill gaps in delivery zones.
Kishin RK, founder and chairman of TiffinLabs, said: “What customers get when they order food for delivery is dramatically different from a dine-in experience. By enabling over 1,000 kitchens for delivery-focused operations globally, we are making food ordering relevant for the future, at scale.
“In the next three years, we see two very different winners in this space – the local niche specialty cuisine player that can create value through distinction for a specific segment of the market. The other will be global delivery businesses which will scale brands and menus with suppliers and delivery platforms and invest in innovation specifically to create food for delivery, reinventing consumers’ experience of in-home dining.”
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