The FDA wants to install a robot in your fridge to remove unwanted food

The FDA is asking the public for help in making the food injection machines used to dispense food more user-friendly.

The agency wants to introduce the new technology in food preparation machines to eliminate the need for a human to manually push buttons to open the door, a process known as thermoset insertion.

The robots, which are already being used by hospitals, hospitals and food service providers, would work by inserting a magnetic nozzle into a plastic tube, which would then be pushed into the machine.

The FDA hopes to roll out the new device by the end of 2019.

The technology is already being tested by hospitals and hospitals across the country.

It was originally developed by scientists at the University of Colorado at Boulder and is a more efficient, safe and convenient method of removing food from an oven.