Food Allergens Tester At Hand

Food Allergen Detector, future device, Erik Borg
Food Allergen Detector by Erik Borg is a tiny personal gadget that will help you decide ‘to eat or not to eat’ some particular dish if you are aware of your allergies. So far, this digital device identifies eight common allergic food components: peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat, fish, shellfish, milk, and eggs. After checking your meal Food Allergen Detector executes a red or green light.

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