How Mukunda Foods is helping restaurants run smoothly today
Updated: 05 Aug 2021 13:48 STI
Bangalore (Karnataka) [India], August 5 (ANI / PNN): In May 2021, Sukh Sagar Medical College and Hospital in Jabalpur began to see an increase in the number of patients due to the second wave of Covid-19.
The situation also led to an increase in the number of food orders for the hospital canteen run by Tasty Food Cafe, and understaffing added to the challenges. It was then that Tasty Food Cafe started looking for a solution and installed an automatic dosa machine at their point of sale.
Tasty Food Cafe is just one of the cases worth mentioning. The pandemic has changed the way restaurants and hotels operate. There has been a shift from the Dine-in model to a delivery model, which has led to more and more kitchens in the cloud. In addition to this, there was also a concern about the availability of skilled labor due to reverse migration.
Health and safety have become a priority for business owners in the post-covid world. The scenario led people to become more receptive to technological advancements, and kitchen automation solutions could easily fill these gaps.
Mukunda Foods, a Bangalore kitchen automation solutions provider, welcomed three times as many customers in fiscal year 2019-2020 compared to the previous fiscal year. Many of their customers were cloud kitchen owners looking for a solution that could help them maintain food consistency while minimizing meal prep time to reduce delivery time.
In a statement, Eshwar K Vikas, co-founder and CEO of Mukunda Food, said: “Commercial kitchens have always needed automation, but people were not able to see the long term benefits. . But successive blockages have accelerated their receptivity to automation. their kitchens. They began to understand that automation isn’t just about reducing turnaround times and maintaining feed consistency, but it also helps lower operating costs. “
Mukunda Food’s machines aim to automate simple steps in Indian dishes that have a large impact on the taste of food. They have automated over 14 kitchens and the most popular ones that make Chinese food, pizza, dosas, chai, biryani, fried food, khichdi and many more.
The machines are also IOT compatible, which helps automations run to the best of their ability and gives decision makers much more control over their activities, like configuring recipes based on their Sops.
They can also change it from the central location whenever they want. These processes have been installed in over 3000 kitchens in 22 countries for companies like Rebel Foods, Ola Foods, ITC, Chaayos, Swiggy, Wow Momo, etc.
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