Bread Bot That Makes 10 Loaves Per Hour Lets You Load Up

first_imgStay on target It’s enough to make you forget your no-carbs, get-fit New Year’s resolution. Wilkinson Baking Company unveiled a fully automated bread-making machine at CES 2019, and it’s a bread lover’s dream come true.The BreadBot mixes, forms, proofs, bakes and cools 10 loaves of bread per hour – all on its own and is capable of making most varieties of bread that require dry ingredients – including white, wheat, whole wheat, nine grain, sourdough and honey oat.The Washington-based, family-owned Wilkinson Baking Company is hoping its high-tech BreadBot — the result of more than 20 years of research and development and more than 30 cumulative months of in-store market-testing experience — will help lure food shoppers back to the store.AdChoices广告“Bread is a staple of American life. But in most supermarkets today, it has lost its emotional connection with the shopper,” said Randall Wilkinson, CEO of The Wilkinson Baking Company. “In the age of home delivery, The BreadBot attracts consumers back to the store because it delivers fresh, delicious bread that is produced with theater and engagement.”The company is focusing n transparency — as the BreadBot allows customers to know exactly where, when, and how, their bread was made.The BreadBot, a fully automated bread-making machine is displayed at CES 2019. (Photo Credit: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images)The BreadBot constantly monitors all measurements, from water temperature and mixer speed, to the proofer humidity and loaf height, according to the company. Once dry mix is added to the hopper the process is fully automated. The BreadBot sends a message to an employee when the hopper is ready to be filled with more mix or bread needs to be emptied from the cooling cabinet.It will also ask for help throughout the day, sending messages such as “Please empty the cabinet of bread”, “I need more mix”, or “I’m finished baking today.” The company says this allows the bakery staff to spend on average only 40 minutes a day pouring mix and slicing bread.More on Geek.com:This Pet Feeder Uses Facial Recognition So the Right Pet Gets the TreatsThis Smart Toilet Adds Alexa to Your Bathroom RoutineJog for the Planet With This Energy-Producing Treadmill 2019 Tech Trends Worth Getting Hyped AboutYou Can Finally Buy A Terabyte SD Card Thanks to Lexar last_img

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