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What Is The Future Of Kitchen And Grocery Stores

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Just like malls and retail stores are becoming obsolete, some business experts fear the same thing will happen to kitchens and grocery stores. According to Digital Trends, "At this month’s Smart Kitchen Summit in Seattle, chefs, inventors, and CEOs of food tech companies gathered to talk about the state of the kitchen and where it’s headed. The consensus was that there really is no consensus. That’s because people don’t cook the same way their parents do, let alone how their neighbors do.

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