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picnicThe Seattle food automation startup announced on Tuesday that it is accepting reservations from US customers for its Picnic Pizza System, which is designed to reduce the cost and labor of commercial kitchens.
Depending on the configuration and production volume, the monthly subscription price of the robotic pizza maker ranges from US$3,500 to US$5,000. Picnic said it will manufacture and install existing customer orders by 2021, and orders for the new system will begin shipping in 2022.
The company shared the news at the International Pizza Expo and Conference in Las Vegas.
“This is a huge milestone for Picnic, and we are very excited to announce commercial availability,” Picnic CEO Clayton Wood said in a statement. Press Releases.
The Picnic Pizza System is a pizza assembly machine. A single employee can produce up to 100 12-inch customized pizzas per hour. Fresh ingredients are distributed to the handmade dough, and the recipe can be adjusted to suit the restaurant, commercial kitchen or anyone who owns a machine.
Picnic has previously stated that it has attracted interest and established new partnerships with Orion Land Mark, Seattle’s Ethan Stowell Restaurant, National Service Cooperative and Baseline Hardware.
The company recently raised $20.5 million in Series A financing.