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The tablet that makes everything go chop-chop
The Almighty Board is the ultimate digital kitchen sous-chef. It not only serves as a cutting surface, but it also displays recipes, weighs ingredients and lets you know if it has been properly sterilised to avoid any cross-contamination.
Why it matters
This kitchen tablet is probably the dream kitchen tool for amateur chefs. As the tablet market keeps on growing, will we see this type of technology integrated in further household appliances?
17. May 2012
The desert brand Danette is turning 40 in 2010. To celebrate, it has launched an operation called “Smile, you are a Danette”. The consumer is invited to post a picture of his best smile on a dedicated website. The 480 first net users will be assured to have their pictures selected. 1000 pictures in all will be printed on packs in February 2010.
McDonald’s is actually testing waited table service in 50 of its French restaurants. If the trial is convincing, this service may become a nationwide practice by 2012. It will be available in Mc Cafés and for customers using the order terminals in restaurants. The aim is to avoid queues and to adapt to French gastronomic habits.