The Smart Kitchen Show, which covers the stories of those reinventing the kitchen and changing the way we cook, buy and think about food, invited Yuval Ben-Haim, President of Goji, to discuss Goji’s
backstory and the state of RF cooking. Michael Wolf, the host, publishes The
Spoon and is the creator of the Smart Kitchen
Summit, the industry’s first connected kitchen event.
If you would like to hear Yuval Ben-Haim talk about RF cooking in person, make sure to come to the Smart Kitchen Summit where he will be speaking. Go to www.smartkitchensummit.com and use the discount code PODCAST to get 25% off tickets.
RF cooking utilizes a high power solid-state amplifier which, as part of a complete RF module, transmits radio wave energy into an object to heat it. Unlike the magnetron in a microwave oven, the digital RF module can accurately control the frequency, amplitude and phase of the radio-waves. When combined with Goji’s proprietary closed-feedback sensing algorithm, the RF module enables more uniform and consistent cooking results, while shortening and simplifying the cooking process.
Goji develops and markets RF cooking technologies for household, commercial and industrial applications in the food industry. The novel Goji™ technology facilitates controlled and responsive heating, delivering unprecedented cooking performance. The company holds a broad IP portfolio, with over 200 issued and pending patents on its technology. Goji provides a full range of licensing, design and manufacturing services to commercial and white goods appliance manufacturers. For more information, visit www.gojifoodsolutions.com.