NextGen Food Robotics Announces Plan to Acquire Second Facility


NextGen Food Robotics Corp. (referred to as “NextGen” or the “Company”) (NEO:NGRB; OTC PINK:NGRBF; Frankfurt:O83) is delighted to announce its engagement of Corbel Commercial Real Estate as an agent to facilitate the identification of a secondary facility (referred to as the “New Facility”) where the Company can continue its groundbreaking operations.

Upon securing the New Facility, NextGen aims to undertake a comprehensive renovation, outfitting it with cutting-edge robotic technology to establish automated food manufacturing lines and state-of-the-art ghost kitchen facilities. By leveraging the capabilities of the New Facility, NextGen plans to expand its operations throughout the expansive landscape of Canada.

With the current ghost kitchen operating at full capacity, NextGen is actively engaged in retrofitting its existing facility to accommodate a state-of-the-art packaging line. This strategic move will automate the packaging and production processes of soups and sauces on a large scale, facilitating their distribution to retail grocery stores.

NextGen Food Robotics in Brief

NextGen Food Robotics stands as an industry leader in the realm of automated robotic food co-packing and manufacturing. By harnessing the power of cutting-edge technology, the Company spearheads the modernization of food manufacturing processes, delivering unparalleled efficiency and quality. Furthermore, NextGen is pioneering the development of the groundbreaking “Lily app,” an AI-powered food application that promises to revolutionize the way we engage with food.

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