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Jasper is a cooking automation startup that runs robotic kitchens in residential high-rises. The company has raised $3.5 million from backers, including Toyota Ventures. CEO Gunnar Froh says the company is trying to improve the way we eat every day. Jasper is part of this year’s Battlefield 200 at Disrupt 2022 in San Francisco.

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