KFC goes contactless, open fully automated store in Moscow

Customers can pay with either bank cards or by using face biometric data after completing a registration process.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
KFC

QSR chain KFC has opened an automated store in Moscow, Russia.

The outlet is a true example of what we call the “restaurant of the future.

According to NBC, it’s an automated store where customers and employees barely interact.

After the food is cooked, a robotic hand puts the order into a secure box, which can be opened by a code given to the customer

Customers can pay with either bank cards or by using face biometric data after completing a registration process.

The fast food chain built the new Moscow outlet before the outbreak of coronavirus made its methods a more sanitary way to order food, shared the release.

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