The robots are coming to Sweetgreen.Popular Los Angeles salad chain Sweetgreen has acquired Boston-based Spyce, a robotic kitchen founded by four MIT grads in 2015.At Spyce’s Washington Street location in downtown Boston, robots assemble bowls filled with various vegetables, grains and sauces. The fast-casual spot closed its doors amid the pandemic, but reopened in November, launching an electric moped delivery service.
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