What’s up readers?! Henry Tam here, from Henry’s Food Adventures. Today, I’m going to be guest blogging about the use of Robot Machinery and food production and it’s pros on Husaan Iqbal’s blog.

Have you ever thought about how that piece of steak you’re eating for dinner ended up on your plate? Chances are that the piece of cow you’re eating has been part of robot machinery processing. The use of robot machinery plays a significant role in the food industry in terms of processing speed, and how fast the unfinished parts of the foods end up on the shelves of supermarkets and later onto the plates of the consumers.

 The use of robot machinery will also cut down on the labor hours of factory workers. Let’s face it…sooner or later, a majority (if not all) of human labor is going to be replaced by robot machinery. The food management wouldn’t have to pay its factory workers anymore, and flawed human error in factories will eventually diminish. We wouldn’t have to worry as much about viruses appearing in the stomachs of consumers anymore, since there is less human hand interaction with animal meats. From a human worker’s perspective, injuries like chopped off arms and worry about blood getting into the food supply will also diminish. Everything will be done with machinery. Also, machines can work for a much longer period than any human can. There are only 24 hours in a day, we need our sleep. Let the machines and robots do it’s work.

All these points are clearly explained in the following Robotworx article.



This is an example of complex machinery that can produce 360 gourmet burgers in one hour!
This burger was made completely by robot machinery. 29634605robot-burger-completed.jpg

Being a guest poster, I may not be very knowledgeable about the robot machinery industry and how food is produced but, you can check out my food blog since we’re on the topic of food.https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/htam1993/

I’m pretty sure that the foods provided in New York City’s restaurants and food carts have somehow been involved in the robot machinery process!

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