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  • Sunday, June, 2023| Today's Market | Current Time: 06:29:45
  • While the pandemic has been extraordinarily disruptive to food businesses, there are some silver linings that have emerged from the chaos. Food and beverage companies re-evaluated their supply chains and business strategies to become more resilient as the outbreak expanded. They have understood the importance of technology and automation more than ever. With the increasing demand for delivery meals, concepts like ghost kitchens are helping operators scale the business without the overhead costs of dining space or front-of-house staff. In casual dining and QSR, contactless and QR ordering have become ubiquitous. Another trend catching up is the need for Automated Inventory management which refers to tracking food and beverage inventory stock, anticipating quantities, and scheduling orders. With automation, it no longer has to be a time-consuming and tedious process.– said Mr. Harshit Mittal, Co-founder & CTO of SupplyNote


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