“Nutrislice Expands Messaging to Include Digital Food ESLs in Non-Commercial Dining Venues” by Sixteen:Nine
Denver-based Nutrislice continues to broaden its offer well beyond its school menu and nutrition display roots, with the latest option in its food services technologies a spin on e-paper electronic shelf labels (ESLs) aimed at relaying important food item information at serving lines and food stations, on shelf displays, and even in coolers.
Called Spotlight, it’s a platform developed to automate and wirelessly update information running on little battery-powered ESL-style units. The footprint of lunchrooms is small enough to enable updating via Bluetooth, which we all kind of know from personal devices has a finite range. The platform has a library of templates to display prices, calories, allergen icons, QR codes, and more.