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Why robotic kiosks are the next hot restaurant format

Restaurants see them as a way to serve fresh meals just about anywhere, and some are using them to scale up fast.
Jamba's first automated restaurant opened last year in a California Walmart. / Photograph courtesy of Jamba and Blendid

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