OK, Pretty Cool, Kellogg's Introduces Cereal Vending Machines-Mix n Match


The Kellogg's Bowl Bot can fill a bowl with a combination of 22 different ingredient options, including milk or yogurt as a base. Photo: Kellogg's

Similar to the freestyle soda mixing machines, the Kellogg's Bowl Bot can mix a combination of 22 different ingredients with milk or yogurt as a base. Using a touchscreen interface on the vending machine itself, or a mobile app on a smartphone or tablet, users can mix their combo and spend $3.50 for a basic bowl and up to $6.50 for a more elaborate bowl. Like any pizza parlor offering a respectable list of toppings, the Bowl Bot also offers a menu of several pre-determined mixes for those who can’t make up their minds. “About Last Night” mixes Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, and Krave cereals with chocolate drops, banana chips, and espresso syrup—a true breakfast of champions—while “Hawaii 5-0" blends Frosted Mini-Wheats and Bear Naked Fit Triple Berry Granola with coconut, mango, and pineapple, which is sure to be as divisive as a Hawaiian pizza.

More on the Kellogg's Bowl Bot courtesy of gizmodo.com here


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