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October 14, 2020 //By Rich Pell
Robotic pizza making and delivery partnership
Early stage automated pizzeria start-up Piestro has announced that it is partnering with robotics delivery company Kiwibot to offer consumers a touchless, contactless pizza delivery experience.
to the consumer, creating a fully contactless experience from the time a pizza is made to the moment it is in hand.

"This is such an exciting partnership for us," says Massimo De Marco, CEO of Piestro. "The demand we saw was so high to bring Piestro to market and we knew it was the right time to really double down on our product roadmap to meet the needs of operators and customer alike. Integrating Kiwibot into our system and making fresh, deliciously crafted pizzas accessible in an easy, fast and contactless format positions us to bring our Piestro automated pizzeria to market stronger than ever."

David Rodriguez, Head of Business at Kiwibot adds, "Kiwibot is all about affordable delivery and contactless execution. Partnering with Piestro is great synergy for consumers who want to have access to their local pizza favorites with speedy delivery and seamless ease. Our relationship with Piestro is just one more way operators can offset the big margin cuts normal delivery services take, that make it so difficult to stay in business."

Piestro is already backed by experts in the food automation space. Its lead investor, Wavemaker Partners, is a global venture capital fund with $400M AUM and its studio, Wavemaker Labs, focuses directly on automation.

Now, says the company, more investors can be part of the future of automation.


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