World’s First Portable Gluten Sensor to be Released This Year
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Nima tests small samples of food for gluten content and gives results in just over two minutes
Nima will be available for purchase this summer for $249, and $199 for preorders.
Portable gluten sensing device, Nima, seeks to eliminate uncertainty for anyone on a gluten free-diet, for whatever their reason.
The device works by placing a small sample of food into a one-time use capsule that is then ground up when the lid is sealed shut. A smiley face indicates a gluten presence of under 20 parts per million. The process takes a little over two minutes, according to the product website.
The Nima app allows users to log in dishes they have tested so others won’t have to. This is especially helpful as the capsules cost $3.99 each and can only be used once.
Nima will be available for purchase this summer for $249, or you can preorder it for $199, according to Macworld. The starter kit contains a Nima device, three capsules, a micro USB cable, and a carrying pouch.