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Inside the Hamdog

According to the Melbourne-based Herald Sun, Mark Murray of Perth secured a United States patent for the cool combo bun back in 2009, and then went on the Aussie version of "Shark Tank" in 2015 to sell his concept.

But now Murray is having the last laugh, and is selling the Hamdogs at fairs and markets in Australia and looking for people interested in taking on a franchise. I grabbed a burger and a hot dog as I was really hungry.

It's a crime against that heretofore has had live without the glorious hamburger and the magnificent hot dog have never been able to share a single bun in harmony before.

That was in 2004, but Murray has since applied and been granted patents in Australia and the U.S. and has appeared on Australia's "Shark Tank" where he was rejected by the judges. She'll be eating her words now, ' Mr Murray told News Corp.

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"At the moment there is a fair bit of labour involved in making the buns because they're made by people, not machines". We're still developing a way to semi automate production'.

He's also seeking resale partners to take the Hamdog across Australia for around $10,000 a license each - and maybe even the world.

Now Mr Murray has launched the Hamdog into the WA market, planning to sell them to the masses at events like markets, shows and race days, priced at $8 each. The "Hamdog" will be rolled out nation-wide and will be available, hopefully, at a Bunnings sausage sizzle near you shortly.

'Once the product is out there and that process is sorted, we'll start experimenting, ' he said. Check out its Facebook page for ongoing updates!

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