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Having the ability to customize your condiments may not seem like a very big deal but the good people at Heinz know better. That’s why they have come up with arguably their most awesome invention yet.

This is major news for everyone who regularly relies on Heinz products. Whether you are someone who loves to put their ketchup on your hot dogs or you are a fan of their other sauces, this story is sure to make you smile.

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Take everything that you know about the customization of condiments and throw it out the window. According to a press release, the Heinz Remix Machine is on its way and it will change the game for anyone who is looking for a higher level of customization.

This machine reminds us a lot of the beverage machines that are used in these instances and for good reason. Can you believe that this is going to be the world’s first fully customized digital sauce dispenser? We can hardly wrap our minds around this one ourselves, if we are being honest.

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Thanks to the ingenuity that Heinz has to offer, we will now have access to more than 200 sauce combinations. You simply have to rethink everything that you thought was possible. Best of all, they have made the process exceedingly simple. You get started by picking out a base. Heinz Ketchup, Ranch, 57 Sauce or BBQ Sauce can be selected.

From there, it is time to add all of your enhancers. There are no shortage of bonus sauces being offered by Heinz. Smoky chipotle, buffalo, jalapeño and mango are all included among them, in case you are curious.

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The settings are designed to be very flexible as well, as the setting can be placed on low, medium or high.

The first demo of the Heinz Remix Machine took place at the 2023 National Restaurant Association Show. The pilot version should be up and running by the end of the year or by the time 2024 rolls around. From there, Heinz is expecting to install the Remix Machine at various venues, such as sports arenas and movie theaters.

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