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Hurdles of the future: Bunnings impresses with its ‘SauceBot’ machine that sizzle tomato sauce and mustard onto the iconic sausage in seconds

  • Bunnings customers see robot machine that doses sauce on sausage sizzles
  • The ‘SauceBot’ is located outside the hardware store in Hawthorn, Melbourne
  • Machine has a red button for tomato sauce and a yellow button for mustard
  • Video shows machine drizzling tomato sauce in a zigzag followed by mustard










As Bunnings is bringing back its famous sausage sizzles after Covid-19 restrictions, a video has emerged showing a robotic machine dispensing tomato sauce and mustard onto a snag in just seconds.

British-born chef Robbie Bell, head charcutier at City Larder in Melbourne, shared a TikTok video after seeing the unique machine – dubbed ‘SauceBot’ – outside the hardware store in Hawthorn.

The sauce machine has a red button for tomato sauce and a yellow button for mustard, so customers can choose the condiment they want on their sanga.

Rather than manually squirting the spice from a bottle, the machine drizzles tomato sauce in a zigzag followed by mustard over the sausage, which sits in the center of a slice of white bread with caramelized onion.

The machine is easy to use, just place the sausage sizzle in the holder with a napkin and watch it work its magic.

Many are amazed at the clever invention, some suggest it is the ultimate gadget to minimize and prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

‘Covid safe, disability friendly self-priming machine. Hell yes, very nice,” one wrote.

‘That’s so cool,’ said another, while one wrote, ‘I absolutely love this.

One man added, “I’d be excited if I just invented this.”

Created by a group of Melbourne ‘hackers’ called Connected Community Hackerspace, the SauceBot first appeared outside the Bunnings store in Hawthorn in 2019 – and has attracted huge crowds every weekend since.

Two years ago, customers couldn’t believe their eyes when they saw the machine that could revolutionize traditional Bunnings sizzles.

“What kind of magic is this?” wrote one shopper at the time.

As Bunnings brings back its famous sausage sizzles after Covid-19 restrictions, a video has emerged showing a robotic machine dispensing tomato sauce and mustard on a snag in just seconds

As Bunnings brings back its famous sausage sizzles after Covid-19 restrictions, a video has emerged showing a robotic machine dispensing tomato sauce and mustard on a snag in just seconds

The retail giant is slowly bringing back its iconic sausage after the fundraiser was canceled in NSW and Victoria due to coronavirus restrictions

The retail giant is slowly bringing back its iconic sausage after the fundraiser was canceled in NSW and Victoria due to coronavirus restrictions

Created by a group of Melbourne 'hackers' called Connected Community Hackerspace, the SauceBot first appeared outside the Bunnings store in Hawthorn in 2019 - and has attracted huge crowds every weekend since.

Customers couldn't believe their eyes when they first saw the machine two years ago that could revolutionize traditional Bunnings sizzles

Created by a group of Melbourne ‘hackers’ called Connected Community Hackerspace, the SauceBot first appeared outside the Bunnings store in Hawthorn in 2019 – and has attracted huge crowds every weekend since.

Photos and videos on social media show dozens of shoppers gathering around the booth watching the machine dispense spices.

The retail giant is slowly bringing back its iconic sausage after the fundraiser was canceled in NSW and Victoria due to coronavirus restrictions.

Last month, Simon McDowell, Bunnings’ chief operating officer, said the chain was “very excited” to see barbecues returning outside the front doors of stores.

“We know how much our customers have missed the weekend tradition, and we’re thrilled that local community groups can get behind the barbecues again to raise money,” he told Daily Mail Australia.

Sausage sizzles will be back in some stores Saturday and Sunday – and Bunnings expects all stores to be operational in the coming weeks.

“The sausage sizzle will gradually return as our retail teams book groups and guide them through health and safety requirements in line with NSW’s reopening roadmap,” said Mr McDowell.

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