Cloud kitchen start-up Rebel Foods, which operates some 350 internet kitchens each housing 10 to 12 restaurant brands, turned to IoT-enabled smart cookware to pass the taste consistency test.
Imagine a wok that can cook, control temperatures, add ingredients, and figure out the speed of mixing, all on its own. The employee managing the machine just has to choose the dish he wants to cook. It’s Wokie, the IoT-enabled smart wok developed in-house by Rebel Foods, which owns brands such as Faasos, Oven Story, Behrouz Biryani, Firangi Bake, Sweet Truth and Mandarin Oak.
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Raghav Joshi, Co-Founder and CEO (India BU), Rebel Foods, said Activity area, “Finding the right staff with the right skills at 350 sites and managing that skill level to ensure consistency becomes an inherent challenge. That’s where our investment in hardware goes, to develop capabilities like this wok, which can automatically regulate temperatures and throw speed so you get that perfect bowl of noodles.
Joshi says the company has also developed a deep fryer that knows how to maintain the temperature of the oil, how long to fry an item, and then bring it.
The company has filed for patents on these even as it creates a few other smart kitchen tools.
Not just the hardware, Rebel has also beefed up its game on the software side. It has created its own operating system and allows third-party brands to use its operating system and grow their businesses across the country using its cloud-based kitchen network.
“Sometimes the chef is not always 100% sure about a particular recipe. The software, with a single click, allows the chef to access the recipe and its video. The food receives a barcode and is scanned to make sure nothing is missed. The customer can also track the delivery person, see his temperature in the EatSure app, ”he adds, describing how the company’s technology team has doubled over the past year, and is expected to do so. hire more.
Including India, Rebel Foods is present in 10 countries in Europe, West Asia and South East Asia. Countries like Indonesia have become one of its main markets outside of India. Over the next 6-8 months, the company plans to expand to 10 more countries with more than 150 internet kitchens.
In the past 3-4 months, the company has expanded to 15 cities in India, bringing the total to 50, and it wants to expand its presence to an additional 50 cities in 6-8 months.
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