A device called Nima Sensor allows users to check whether foods contain gluten.
Only in the United States there are more than three million people allergic to gluten, but they will definitely use a pocket-sized device that can seamlessly detects if a food contains gluten, even in trace amounts.
It is used by a sample of puts him food, followed by analysis by pressing a button, and if it detects the presence of gluten, the device alerts the user. The analysis takes two minutes.
The results can upload the app and view the ratings of nearby restaurants that offer gluten-free foods.
Nima Sensor costs 279 dollars.