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Kellogg’s Robot Vending Machine Lets You Mix & Match Cereals For Your Dream Bowl
By Alexa Heah, 28 May 2021
Image via Shutterstock and Kellogg’s Away From Home
This month, Kellogg’s Away From Home program has launched two new cereal-dispensing robots, so customers can create their own dream breakfast cereals.
The two vending machines debuted at Florida State University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where students will be able to enjoy custom creations of their favorite cereals. The launch is part of a collaboration with DoorDash-owned Chowbotics, which originally started out with a fresh food robot named ‘Sally’.
Adorably named the ‘Kellogg’s Bowl Bot’, the vending machine lets customers choose from hundreds of custom meal and snack options, allowing a mix of up to 22 ingredients. They can also opt for seven preset options that offer a variety of flavors.
If you’re in the mood for something decadent, try ‘About Last Night’ – a mix of Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, and Krave Chocolate, topped with chocolate drops, banana chips, and espresso syrup for that instant wake-me-up.
Or mix-and-match your favorite combination of cereals, milk or yogurt options, and add toppings ranging from fruit to nuts, seeds, and more.
You can even place your order via a mobile app so your order will be ready by the time you approach the machine.
Bowls start from US$2.99 to US$6.50, if you’re really splurging. This new robot vending machine might be the answer to our childhood dreams—plus, it’s hygienic too, with the ingredients preserved in a sealed container under refrigeration to ensure they are always safe to eat.
[via Kellogg’s Away from Home, cover image via Shutterstock and Kellogg’s Away From Home]
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