NextGen Food Robotics (OTC: NGRBF | NEO: NGRB | FRA: O83)

Nextgen - Breakthrough AI Technology To Redefine Food As We Know It...

Nextgen Food Robotics

🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB is one of the few A.I investment opportunities that is available to the public…

‍All the other innovative A.I food robotics companies are private, which means that individual investors cannot buy their shares.‍ 

Unlike them, Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB has its shares freely trading on public exchanges…

‍This means that if an investor purchases these shares, he or she will not need to wait for years to see the results of their investment.‍‍

The AI revolution is poised to disrupt every aspect of life, and Nextgen is one of the only junior companies we have seen in the sector that is publicly traded.‍

Tech stocks have dominated and outperformed every other sector on the S&P 500 and Nextgen, we believe, is a food tech company that will disrupt the food sector with AI and robotics.‍

Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB, in our view, is the next AI food robotics leader.‍


Nextgen Food Robotics has placed itself at the center of the AI revolution, the most significant megatrend of this century. It is utilizing the most advanced AI technology to help solve the global food crisis in its 20,000 sq foot facility that houses some of the most sophisticated AI robotics today.

Nextgen Food Robotics AI powered super app codenamed "Lily" could revolutionize the way people order food and grocery shop. "Lily" uses natural language processing to create humanlike conversational dialogue allowing the app to learn users behavior. "Lily" is being built with its own AI language processor and will not be required to link into ChatGPT for natural language implementation or data points.

Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB

First Time Hearing About AI-Solution?

There is an URGENT crisis that is plaguing food prices.

It is responsible for the catastrophic fall in the global standard of living.

This global crisis is driving food prices higher and leading to massive damage to the environment.

It could result in shortages of food if people don’t do anything about it.

We’re talking about the food industry labor shortage and supply chain crisis.

There’s not enough labor available for food production… which leads to rampant food inflation and massive amounts of waste.

The “old” food industry produces 26% of the world’s greenhouse gases. It uses 70% of global freshwater… and it is responsible for 78% of the global ocean and freshwater pollution.

The “old” food industry is one of the dirtiest industries in the world.

The industry can’t do anything about it because of labor shortage.

The labor shortage in the food industry is destroying the profitability of farmers, manufacturers, and restaurants. The whole food supply chain is under stress. It doesn’t have enough resources to transform itself.

This crisis is undermining food security even in developed countries.

There’s only one solution to this crisis.

AI Technology.

Specifically, AI-powered food production technology that uses robots to manufacture food… control its quality…

Here at VHLA Media, we track the most disruptive companies working to solve the global food crisis.

At the top of our list is Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB.

Integrating AI and Robotics for Ultimate Efficiency and Scale

We are only at the beginning of AI.

AI-powered robots are transforming the manufacturing sector.

And they remain a favorite investment of the world’s leading venture capitalists.

Robotics, and AI attracted tens of billions of dollars in 2022.

The current wave of AI robotic automation is the biggest yet.

Industry analysts say that the wave of AI-powered robots will be much bigger than the waves enabled by PCs and mobile devices.

Robots are transforming every industry, from shipping to recycling… to food.

The world’s largest food companies recognize this.

We will not be surprised to potentially see Nextgen’s food manufacturing technology employed by some of the world’s biggest players in the food industry.

And smart investors are already looking for opportunities in this space.

In March 2023, Yahoo Finance reported that individual investors were pouring tens of millions of dollars into food robotics companies.

However, not all of them are publicly traded and available to the public…

Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB is one of the few investment opportunities that anyone can participate in.

Top Reasons To Consider Nextgen Food Robotics...

Reason No. 1: "Lily" is the first AI super app that could revolutionize the way people order food and groceries.

Reason No. 2: Nextgen has opened a state of the art 20,000 sq foot manufacturing facility, retrofitted with the latest AI powered food manufacturing robots.

Reason No. 3: Nextgen aims to reduce the cost of food by solving the global labor shortage with automated robotics powered by AI.

Reason No. 4: AI is a sector that will be worth trillions of dollars in the near future.

Reason No. 5: Nextgen will utilize drones and delivery robots to eliminate the use of drivers and hence lower the cost of food delivery in its ghost kitchen division. The flight paths will be powered by AI to predict the safest and fastest route to the customer.

Reason No. 6: Nextgen is a big data collector that will utilize data points in determining food trends that are very valuable to food manufacturers.

Reason No. 7: Could replace apps like Uber eats that are now outdated in their technology.

Reason No. 8: The first of its kind business plan that encompasses AI machines, ghost kitchens and commercial food manufacturing all under one roof.

Reason No. 9: One of the only small cap AI stocks with a track record that spans years in food manufacturing.

Reason No. 10: Nextgen's AI technology has the possibility to solve the global food crisis.

State-of-the-Art Food Manufacturing Facility

Nextgen operates a 20,000-sq-ft co-packing and food manufacturing facility.

Its state-of-the-art robotic production lines follow high quality standards and eliminate most of the costs and waste associated with human labor.

The company’s AI-powered robotic lines feature several cutting-edge industrial AI technologies.

They can perform trend analysis based on customer demand and inventories.

By matching what customers want to what production inputs are available in the supply chain and ordering more if needed, AI can make food production more efficient and profitable for its consumers.

AI-powered robots increase the quality and safety of food products.

These machines can detect potential problems both in the product and in the machines themselves. This ensures that all production robots and safety monitoring sensors are working correctly to ensure the highest standards of output.

Nextgen’s robots also solve the problem of food segregation. Separation and sorting of food is a difficult problem to solve for the “old” food industry that employs people to do this task.

AI-powered industrial technology may be the key to solving this problem and increasing the quality of food across the world.

The company’s facility also features automated packaging, which prepares packaging for delivery in seconds—and it doesn’t require human labor.

Nextgen’s robotic systems perform these tasks quickly and efficiently, which ensures that Nextgen’s customers get the best service available 24/7. AI-powered robots could potentially improve Nextgen’s partners’ profitability and even save some of them from bankruptcy due to high inflation and labor shortages in the food industry.

Nextgen business plan is a solution to reduce food inflation by deploying robotic machines which will eliminate the need for human labor by 90%.

They do it through sophisticated sensors and detectors that can inspect food not only visually, but also from the taste and smell perspectives.

AI-powered robots such as the ones operated by Nextgen help the food industry reduce food waste and the industry’s overall environmental blueprint.

By learning their users’ preferences, AI-powered robots improve customer satisfaction and customer retention rates.

Lily, Nextgen’s AI-powered chat platform, could potentially become a personalized nutrition specialist able to serve millions of customers.

Each and every customer will receive tailored recommendations specific to their taste preferences and dietary restrictions.

This innovation is unheard-of in the food industry.

As a co-packing production facility, Nextgen pays particular attention to the labeling process. Each of its customers has specific labeling requirements and standards.

AI can improve the labeling process and reduce label and food waste. Proper labels also make sure that the right products are transported to the right customers. On top of this, the company has tracking technology that makes sure that the right ingredients are shipped to the right locations throughout the food industry’s supply chain.

This helps make food supply chains more efficient.

And Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB is at the cutting edge of AI innovation in the food industry.

Nextgen’s Lily platform has the potential ability to provide “AI infrastructure” services to its customers.

(We are going to discuss Lily in detail in a moment…)

Instead of receiving orders for the manufacturing of a particular food item, Lily can potentially be able to proactively reach out to Nextgen’s business partners and advise them on what products they should produce and in what quantity. As well as that, Lily could potentially be able to create new products based on its AI technology and consumption patterns.

This functionality is only available in the latest “generative AI” models, which Nextgen aims to incorporate into its chat platform.

Generative AI could reach a market size of $127 billion by 2031, 15 times higher than in 2021.

In other words, Nextgen has placed itself at the center of all the “hot” investment trends.

First, the company works in AI innovation, which is poised to become a $15.7 trillion megatrend. It is rare that we cover a company in a sector that is poised to be in the trillions in the near future.

Second, the company’s robotics and automation business puts it at the forefront of the global ghost kitchen revolution. Ghost kitchens continue attracting billions of dollars in investment capital.

Third, the company’s Lily AI-powered super-app puts it, in our view, in an advantageous position… at the same time as industry titans such as Elon Musk plan to grow the “super-app” ecosystem.

As we said earlier, Nextgen’s business model is a powerful and integrated combination of some of the hottest investment trends of 2023.

The company has its shares immediately available to individual investors on multiple exchanges.

It is the most exciting opportunity we have seen in the food and manufacturing AI sector.

But there’s more to Nextgen’s business model. It also involves a multi-billion target market: ghost kitchens.

AI-Powered Ghost Kitchens of the Future

As a reminder, ghost kitchens are third-party food manufacturing facilities. They prepare food for delivery applications such as Uber and DoorDash on behalf of physical or virtual restaurants.

In some jurisdictions where drone delivery is available, Nextgen’s Lily app has the advantage of charging lower fees than Uber or DoorDash. Automated delivery by robots makes it less expensive for the final customers. There are no humans to deliver the food, gas in cars or tips to pay when drone technology is utilized for deliveries.

This, in our view, could help millions of people to deal with soaring food inflation…

In addition, ghost kitchens could transform the way people purchase and consume food.

Once the application learns enough about its user’s dietary preferences and nutritional requirements, the user can just leave their nutrition on “autopilot.”

Lily will pick the necessary ingredients on their behalf, create grocery lists and custom delivery menus, and take care of the quantities and types of food the user needs.

Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB put itself ahead of the competition in terms of how integrated its services are.

On the software side, it has Lily, the “super app” that can become a person’s own “food concierge.”

On the other hand, it has built out a state-of-the-art food manufacturing and a ghost kitchen facility that can help existing restaurants and other food businesses to succeed… as well as provide young entrepreneurs with an opportunity to launch their own food businesses.

Not only does Nextgen transform the food industry… it could potentially create a new generation of food businesses that are more efficient and environmentally friendly.

This business model could become the “Silicon Valley” for food startups… with Lily and Nextgen’s production facilities at its center.

Robotic automation is the “secret sauce” that drives this disruptive business model.

Robots are involved in the production of food and in its delivery… Nextgen’s technology uses them every step of the way.

When Nextgen is done preparing the order, it could potentially ship it to the recipient’s address using electric delivery drones.

This is a pioneering solution, which is also unique to Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇨🇦:$NGRB.

The company has focused on automated ghost kitchens for a reason.

It is a massive and fast-growing market worth over $56 billion globally.

And it remains one of the hottest investment areas in the food business.

This is why Nextgen is focused on them.

A recent Nasdaq article outlined how AI would shape the food industry, including ghost kitchens.

In short, AI could help the food industry become more efficient and environmentally friendly.

AI-First Food Industry Leader

Nextgen is an AI-first company.

This is critically important for any business in 2023.

And Nextgen chose to focus on a lucrative market: disrupting the “old” food manufacturing industry.

It’s a $149-billion market globally.

In addition, it focuses on ghost kitchens, which is a $57-billion market.

And Nextgen is also a part of the AI megatrend, which is by itself worth $100 billion dollars.

By 2030, the AI market could contribute $15.7 trillion dollars to the global economy, according to a new PwC study.

Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB has placed itself at the center of the AI revolution and the most significant megatrend of this century.

It uses the most advanced AI technology to transform the global food industry.

The power of AI models lies in the fact that they are both immensely capable and easy to use.

They process billions of data points… yet their chat interfaces make them friendly and convenient to any user.

Anyone could leverage the power of AI provided by Nextgen.

Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB uses these principles—sophistication and ease of use—to transform the $149-billion food industry.

Any successful food enterprise needs to leverage AI in 2023. There’s no other way to succeed these days.

And Nextgen is an AI-first pioneer in the food manufacturing and delivery industries.

A firm that wants to become successful, let alone dominant, in any industry in 2023 needs to have artificial intelligence (or AI) in its DNA.

It needs to be at the core of its vision and operations.

Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB has artificial intelligence built into its software and production capabilities.

It is the first company in the food industry to our knowledge that combines: ai, automated robotics, a powerful chat “super-app” that drives the delivery, production and distribution processes and a state-of-the-art food manufacturing facility.

Introducing the Revolutionary Lily Super-App

Let us walk you through the AI aspect of this unique business model first.

AI is changing the way food conglomerates such as Nestle, Campbell’s, Mars, PepsiCo, and others develop their products and deliver them to their customers.

Only AI-powered super-apps like Nextgen’s Lily can answer such questions as…

- What item should a restaurant add to its menu to maximize customer satisfaction?

- What new delivery areas should a restaurant add to its list?

- What dishes would attract the most premium customers? Where should a food manufacturer focus its marketing budget to maximize payback?

Generative AI such as the “Lily” application developed by Nextgen can potentially provide answers to all these questions… and more.

It can analyze restaurant and delivery menus… user reviews and brand interactions on social media channels… as well as the most popular recipes online… to help its business customers understand the latest food trends, plan their menus and delivery options, and improve the economics of the food industry overall.

In other words, Lily can disrupt the $149-billion global food industry… and make it more profitable.

Using AI could be a matter of life and death for the restaurant industry. The Lily super-app aims to integrate the three critical elements of AI: quality incoming data, powerful algorithms, and timely forecasts. Like chat GPT, “lily” can be spoken to directly by customers and orders for delivery can be done by simply speaking to the app.

At launch, Lily will be connected to 10,000 restaurants and food businesses. By being connected to over 10,000 food businesses, it can process immense amounts of real-time data that drive its decision-making.

Lily is powered by a state-of-the-art AI algorithm developed specifically to make the global food industry more efficient on the delivery and manufacturing front.

Lily features a chat bot that can produce recommendations and estimates in real time using natural language like chat GPT.

The video below by Gary Vee who is an American influencer with over 10mm followers said the below about a delivery app without realizing an app that he is speaking about already exists.

This is why we call the Lily app a “super-app.”

Much like the most successful applications in the world, it combines a “messenger” service, delivery capabilities, and, potentially, payment processing.

Elon Musk understands this. He is willing to build his own “super-app” called X.

elon musk ai.x

Picture: Elon Musk secretly works on an AI “super-app”

There are indications that he will incorporate Twitter into X.AI and potentially add payment functionality to the application.

“Super-apps” are a global trend. Mr. Musk understands this.

And Lily is at the forefront of this innovation with an AI-powered “super-app” designed to leverage the potentially $2-trillion AI industry.

But not all AI start-ups will be successful. To gain traction, they need to have a “human” touch.

Lily successfully accomplishes that.

The personal touch that a chatbot such as Lily provides makes it more accessible for customers.

And businesses will be able to rapidly develop best-selling menus and have their food manufacturing and delivery taken care of by a consumer-friendly AI assistant.

This Puts Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB at the cutting edge of the global AI megatrend.

We envision Lily becoming a standalone success or become potentially integrated with one of the world’s leading tech players’ super app ecosystems.

Early investors should take notice of this one-of-a-kind opportunity.

Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB, in our view, has the right strategy for the current time.

Investment Summary

Through cutting-edge robotic technology and AI-powered automation at its food manufacturing and ghost kitchen facilities, Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB will play a part in the world’s drive toward a zero-food-waste future.

In our view, it can help the world solve the global food and inflation crises.

Nextgen Food Robotics 🇺🇸:$NGRBF 🇩🇪$O83 🇨🇦:$NGRB is an AI and food industry pioneer that has plenty of growth potential for its earliest investors.

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VHLA Media


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This news release contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of applicable securities laws. All

statements that are not historical facts, including without limitation, statements regarding future estimates, plans,

programs, forecasts, projections, objectives, assumptions, expectations or beliefs of future performance, are

forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements in this material include that food prices will continue to

increase as a result of labor shortages; that the food home delivery business model will continue to gain widespread

acceptance and grow substantially in the future; that ghost kitchens, commissary kitchens and co-packing facilities

will continue to gain substantial market acceptance in the future as anticipated; that artificial intelligence technology

and robot automation will gain widespread acceptance and implementation in the food industry; that investors will

continue to invest in AI technologies and robot automation for use in the food industry, as well as in ghost kitchen,

commissary kitchen and co-packing business models; that restaurants and food providers will increase in their

utilization of AI technologies, ghost kitchens, commissary kitchens and co-packing business models; that Nextgen

Food Robotic Corp. (the “Company”) can implement its plans to roll out its business model, including the

development of an AI mobile delivery application and data collector, to be named Lily (the “Lily App”); that the Lily

App will be completed and function as anticipated, including providing the following expected features and

capabilities: automatic order delivery by drones, personalized meal plan recommendations, grocery shopping;

automatic ordering and delivering functions, personalized nutritional advice, data collection services, chatbot

messenger services, payment processing and various other features; that Nextgen’s Lily App and other technologies

will gain widespread commercial use and acceptance, including by leading industry businesses; that the Company’s

business can achieve success comparable to various other very established and well-known companies; that the

Company will become an AI food robotics leader; that the Company’s business plans will help reduce food inflation by

reducing the labour chain by 90%; that the Company’s Lily App will provide AI infrastructure services to industry

partners and customers; that the Lily App will connect to thousands of restaurants and businesses and collect

significant amounts of real time data; that the Company can generate revenues through implementation of its

business models and/or obtain sufficient financing to continue its operations. These forward-looking statements are

subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual events or results to differ

materially from those projected in the forward-looking information. Risks that could change or prevent these

statements from coming to fruition include that that the food home delivery business model may not continue to have

widespread acceptance or grow as substantially in the future, particularly following the end of the COVID-19

pandemic; that ghost kitchens, commissary kitchens and co-packing markets may not, for various reason, continue to

grow substantially in the future or become as widely accepted as anticipated; that food prices may not continue to rise

as a result of labor shortages, but could be attributed to other reasons; that the food home delivery business model

may fail to grow substantially in the future; that ghost kitchens, commissary kitchens and co-packing facilities may not

gain substantial market acceptance in the future as anticipated; that artificial intelligence technology and robot

automation may not obtain widespread acceptance and implementation in the food industry; that investors may invest

in alternative technologies and that the Company’s technologies may become obsolete or fail to gain significant

commercial use; that Company may fail to successfully implement its business model, including the development of

the Lily App; that the Lily App may not be developed by the Company as anticipated or at all and, if developed, may

not function as anticipated or achieve any widespread commercial use or acceptance; that the Company may not

achieve success comparable to various other very established and well-known companies or become an AI food

robotics leader; that the Company’s business plans and operations may fail; that the Company may fail to generate

revenues and/or may fail to raise sufficient financing to implement its business plan; that investors may look for

alternatives to investment in food related AI technologies and automation and in alternatives to ghost kitchens,

commissary kitchens and co-packing business models; that restaurants and food providers may not actually increase

in their utilization of ghost kitchens, commissary kitchens and co-packing business models as expected, or that

alternatives gain wider acceptance and success; that the Company may be unable to develop the Lily App or

otherwise implement its plans to roll out its business models for various reasons; that the Company’s Lily App and

other products and services may not gain market share and acceptance in the food industry as expected or at all; that

the Company may suffer negative and unforeseen consequences from the COVID-19 pandemic or future pandemics;

that the Company may ultimately fail to successfully implement its business plans or generate significant revenues.

The forward-looking information contained herein is given as of the date hereof and we assume no responsibility to

update or revise such information to reflect new events or circumstances, except as required by law.


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