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Albertsons pilot AI salads

By Retail Technology | Tuesday January 4 2022 | UPDATED 04.01.22

US supermarket Albertsons is piloting an artificial intelligence powered salad bar in six of its East Coast supermarkets

Albertsons had partnered with Picadeli to offer a modular store-in-store salad bar concept with the mission to make fresh, healthy food accessible and affordable to the masses.

It has launched in six Safeway, ACME and Kings locations across Washington, D.C., Maryland, and New Jersey.

“Picadeli has created an innovative, technology-forward solution to address the strong demand for healthy, affordable foods that can be customised quickly,” said Jewel Hunt, GVP of Deli Food Service at Albertsons Companies.

Picadeli’s technology creates efficiencies that reduce food waste, while reducing labor, lowering break-even and increasing profitability.

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