The 'Foodsniffer' Detects Whether Food has Gone Bad

By: Joey Haar - Nov 25, 2016
References: myfoodsniffer & engadget
The Foodsniffer is a helpful product that makes dealing with sensitive, perishable ingredients significantly easier than when going at it alone. The handheld mobile device conducts bio-organic testing to quickly detect whether or not food has spoiled.

While old hands in the kitchen can often detect spoiled meat with ease, it can sometimes be tricky. Fish, for example, is notoriously tricky to distinguish since the odor is strong even with fresh meat. And cooks who don't often prepare food will be lost when it comes to the freshness of their food. The Foodsniffer helps both parties, quickly identifying the freshness of red meat, pork, poultry, and fish. The device also connects to a smartphone app via Bluetooth to make the readout easier to understand.