A Robot That Makes Rotis Aims To Make The 'Indian Bread' More Accessible Worldwide

A Robot That Makes Rotis Aims To Make The 'Indian Bread' More Accessible Worldwide
The diversity of India can be easily united by a single aspect - its food. It's true that the variety of culinary staples is so vast that the idea of offering up any one representative ingredient, or even item, seems impossible. But there is one chief staple, a carbohydrate no Indian can live without, that unites the nation's eating habits right from Maharashtra to Sikkim; from Jammu & Kashmir to Kerala. It's the flatbread saviour to over a billion people, the roti. Whether you prefer Naan, Parathas, Puris or phulkas, a flour flatbread is so much at the core of India's meals that an NRI couple in India decided to capitalize on its familiarity. This is their story. 
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"It has been an amazing year for us and these new partnerships will only help to improve what we see as a revolutionary product that enables families to eat healthier,“

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