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What's for dinner? Good Housekeeping and Innit team up

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Pirch and Innit team up to bring the smart kitchen to life

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Innit receives $25 million to unlock information within food

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., November 5, 2015 – Innit®, a new company that manages and connects food information, launched today at the Smart Kitchen Summit in Seattle with initial funding of over $25 million from founders and strategic investors. Watch the offical announcement video.

Food World News:
Innit, a kitchen that listens and cooks food by itself

Food World News author Alexis Villarias notes that "Innit has created a cooking system built on machine learning and high-tech sensors that can identify whatever it is you're cooking and be able to produce perfect results every time."

Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce covered Innit's big launch at the Smart Kitchen Summit

Now it's time for kitchens, even food, to get smarter. Jon further observed that, "It's been reported that a typical U.S. family wastes about $1,500 of food annually, but much of that food could have been eaten if consumers had better information."

Food World News:
Innit, a kitchen that listens and cooks food by itself

Food World News author Alexis Villarias notes that "Innit has created a cooking system built on machine learning and high-tech sensors that can identify whatever it is you're cooking and be able to produce perfect results every time."

Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce covered Innit's big launch at the Smart Kitchen Summit

Now it's time for kitchens, even food, to get smarter. Jon further observed that, "It's been reported that a typical U.S. family wastes about $1,500 of food annually, but much of that food could have been eaten if consumers had better information."

Food Processing Magazine covers the Innit launch at the Smart Kitchen Summit

Through its cloud-based platform, Innit combines personalized culinary and nutritional science with information technology, connecting food to appliances, devices and users in order to enhance how consumers select, prepare and cook food.