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Innit, here is the super connected kitchen that will revolutionize how you do food

Innit, an emerging US company dedicated to kitchen accessories, has announced its new smart platform that will bring together all the tools and appliances that can be used in the kitchen.

The Innit platform will be the meeting point between the technological tools, all connected to each other and able to interact with completeness, starting from the food you have in the refrigerator to get to the end of cooking.

It starts from the refrigerator which can be inspected via smartphone: just tap on the screen to reveal the nutritional values โ€‹โ€‹of the product, perhaps even the expiry date, while we take a look at what we have available or the missing food to buy during the expense, to imagine a specific recipe desired.

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