Kellogg’s now has a vending machine for what breakfast food?

Answer: Cereal.

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Anyone who has met, lived with or been a young college student knows how out there some of their eating habits can be. It seems Kellogg’s has decided to play into this with some new vending machines at two university campuses: Florida State University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Instead of candy, chips and soda, however, these machines dispense breakfast cereals.

These machines are not your typical plastic breakfast cereal dispensers at a Holiday Inn with only three options — there are 22 different ingredients to play with here. You can start with either a milk or yogurt base, then add any combination of whatever else the machine has to offer. And there’s more than just cereal, with lots of topping options like fresh fruit and chocolate.

The machines also come with some preprogrammed suggestions in the event that you can’t make up your mind (or if you just haven’t woken up yet and you don’t want to have to think about it). Choose the “About Last Night” option, for example, and you’ll get banana chips, chocolate drops and espresso syrup on top of Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops and Krave. Or you could go for something like “Hawaii 5-0,” which pairs coconut, mango and pineapple with Frosted Mini-Wheats and Bear Naked Fit Triple Berry Granola. The possibilities are endless.
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