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Seeing the unstoppable rise of delivery and catering, a New York City-based entrepreneur with a background in farming, engineering and philosophy is turning his attention to helping restaurants streamline their third-party delivery programs and avoid worst-practices that don't help restaurants build loyalty, traffic or profits.
Strolling down a San Francisco city street on vacation a couple of years ago, husband Doug and I happened upon a coffee shop.
Cali Group CEO John Miller and one of his newest babies, the updated, rail-based Flippy. The new model can move between multiple stations to f…
From left, Miso Robotics leaders Rob Anderson, Buck Jordan and Ryan Sinnet talk through the logistics of the mobile Flippy cart, designed to m…
Flippy at the fry station inside a Dodger Stadium concession stand.
In a world where ‘chef techs' monitor and assist a burger-flipping robot, dramatic decreases in employee turnover mean lower labor costs for restaurants and workers who actually enjoy their jobs. That's part of John Miller's vision for Cali Group, the parent company behind CaliBurger, Miso Robotics and robotic kitchen assistant Flippy, who's already cooking inside some CaliBurger locations. Bringing this futuristic restaurant operating system to the masses, however, means lowering the $20K-plus price tag and finding more partners to play guinea pig. Cali Group is up to the task, says Miller.
Paul Edgerly of VantEdge Partners says many family offices are investing for the long haul.