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Test your food for peanuts: anytime, anywhere.

For the 15 million Americans with food allergies, eating foods they haven’t prepared themselves can be incredibly dangerous. Peanut allergies are particularly risky, with reactions varying from stomach aches to skin reactions, and in extreme cases, anaphylaxis. With the introduction of the Peanut Sensor, Nima hopes to remove some of the anxiety that comes with eating out. It’s a quick and portable device that tests for the presence of the peanut proteins that cause allergic reactions. The Peanut Sensor can detect 10 parts per million (ppm) of peanut protein and above with 97.6 to 99.2 percent accuracy based on robust validation testing. To learn more, visit www.nimasensor.com/peanut

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