Foodom, a robot chef that can deliver 120 servings of clay pot rice every hour, at a quarantine facility in Wuhan. The robot chef was developed by a unit of China’s second-largest property developer Country Garden Holdings. Photo: Handout Foodom, a robot chef that can deliver 120 servings of clay pot rice every hour, at a quarantine facility in Wuhan. The robot chef was developed by a unit of China’s second-largest property developer Country Garden Holdings. Photo: Handout
Foodom, a robot chef that can deliver 120 servings of clay pot rice every hour, at a quarantine facility in Wuhan. The robot chef was developed by a unit of China’s second-largest property developer Country Garden Holdings. Photo: Handout

Robot chefs and free software among masks, gloves and biohazard gear as China Inc donates to contain coronavirus outbreak

  • Country Garden Holdings, one of China’s biggest real estate developers, has donated its Foodom robot to a quarantine centre in Wuhan to prepare meals for health officials
  • The product is among the billions of dollars of products that have poured into Wuhan since the outbreak started

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Foodom, a robot chef that can deliver 120 servings of clay pot rice every hour, at a quarantine facility in Wuhan. The robot chef was developed by a unit of China’s second-largest property developer Country Garden Holdings. Photo: Handout Foodom, a robot chef that can deliver 120 servings of clay pot rice every hour, at a quarantine facility in Wuhan. The robot chef was developed by a unit of China’s second-largest property developer Country Garden Holdings. Photo: Handout
Foodom, a robot chef that can deliver 120 servings of clay pot rice every hour, at a quarantine facility in Wuhan. The robot chef was developed by a unit of China’s second-largest property developer Country Garden Holdings. Photo: Handout
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