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New Technologies for the Food & Beverage Industry

It is 2019, and we are not too far off from experiencing a wacky robotic future predicted by Back to The Future. We may not have flying cars just yet, but Singapore is right on top of technological boom, of course, with robots and electronics taking over tasks like taking orders and serving food.

Futuristic Food in Singapore

From automated kitchens to robo-waiters and high-tech food, Singapore’s food industry is definitely evolving to make life easier for us consumers. Be it sustainable food or vending machines that dispense hot food in a matter of minutes, Singapore’s on the right track when it comes to technology and efficiency in the food industry.

And to solve the problem of tediously long lunch queues, lots of eateries have come up with apps that’ll let you pre-order your food and collect it once it’s ready. You’ll save lots of time and get more out of your lunch hour, thanks to modern technology.

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Ivy Ng Lian Leck, ADPSM
Ivy Ng Lian Leck has substantive years of experience in the professional field of procurement management, specifically in the Food & Beverage industry, where she is currently the Head of Procurement for a mainboard public listed company at SGX. Ivy holds the Diploma in Procurement and Supply Management (DPSM) from SIPMM, and is a member of the Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (SIPMM). She completed the Advanced Diploma in Procurement and Supply Management (ADPSM) on July 2019 at SIPMM Institute.

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