A group of robots filled with food is now supplying quick snacks to students at a university in California.

On Thursday, Hello Goodness-branded snackbots of PepsiCo started their work at the University of the Pacific in Stockton. They resemble snack chillers on wheels. An iOS app is used to call the robots to any of the 50 places in the 175-acres of campus land of the university, permitting students to collect their orders like iced tea and chips.

Snackbot in action

VP of Innovation and Insights at PepsiCo, Scott Finlow, claimed that beer or similar alcohol products are not presently available on the snackbots that are now filled with healthier appetizers such as Starbucks Cold Brew, tea, and baked potato chips.

On a single charge, the snack-robots can travel 20 miles (32 kilometers) and comprises a camera with headlights for sighting pathways and all-wheel drive abilities for steep hills. For payment, students can either use the Apple Pay or phone app to make a credit-card payment. Their size is approximate of a chiller, being 28.57 inches long, 21.5 inches wide and 30.59 inches high.

The snackbots themselves are open for business from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays and take a break at the evening time.