Shireen Yates has developed a portable device that can be used to identify food ingredients, something that people with food allergies need to know for safety’s sake! The device, named Nima, is a food sensor that allows for a test for peanuts in the food you are eating. Testing for gluten, the first sensor developed, is also possible with the Nima sensor.
The Nima device is portable and is shaped like a triangle, with the black capsule fitting inside for testing.
A Nima app is available and will show restaurant and packaged food feedback for peanut- free food. You can set up your Nima Sensor results to the app for your record and send those reports to the Nima app community.
nimasensor.com will bring you to the site for ordering in Canada.