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Food Sniffer

Food Sniffer
Food Sniffer
Food Sniffer
Food Sniffer
Food Sniffer
Food Sniffer
Food Sniffer
Regular price $179.99

The FOODsniffer

The first portable “eNose” that quickly checks if raw meat, poultry or fish is fresh, spoiled, or starting to spoil.

It's the world’s first handheld mobile device that determines the freshness of raw meat, poultry and fish.

Once wirelessly connected to your smartphone via app, it measures raw meat gas levels, analyzes results and instantly tells you the level of its freshness and safeness to eat.

Make sure it's fresh and safe in seconds

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POINT the FOODsniffer towards the raw meat, poultry or fish that is placed either on a plate or in a half-covered container.

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CLICK "Get" on the FOODsniffer app to perform a bio-organic test that can "sniff" and test if your meat is good to eat.

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READ the FOODsniffer test results on your iPhone or Android smart-phone or tablet sent directly via Bluetooth®.

Your food might get spoiled in various cases

  • During Processing
    The initial amount of bacteria on meat can increase during slaughter and processing. The greater the amount of bacteria, the faster your food will spoil.
  • In store
    The freshness of meat, fish and poultry depends on the ways it’s been imported and stored. Meat packaged in its own juices will spoil faster.
  • In car
    Expiration times get shorter if meat is exposed to temperatures above 35-45° F. So the meat left in a hot car can potentially spoil in as little as one hour.
  • At home
    Meat defrosted outside the refrigerator or in the microwave gets spoiled in faster rate, as the moisture in the meat expands and tears the cell membranes, allowing for faster bacterial growth.
    In general, meat tends to spoil 4 times faster if stored at the room temperature.

Available in four colors. Comes with free sensing nozzle in package.

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Even if it looks good, doesn't mean it is good

Bacteria that causes foodborne illness can make you sick before food looks, smells or tastes bad.* That means, you can't always sense the spoilage by smelling the meat, poultry or fish with your nose or inspecting it with your eyes.

* According to Minnesota Department of Health

Dangers of spoiled meat

Over 200 diseases can be spread through the food we eat.** In the US alone, there are over 200,000 cases of foodborne illness every day.**
Over 100 volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are emitted by decomposing beef, poultry, and fish.**

** According to World Health Organization

FOODsniffer can tell you if your food is fresh, hazardous to your health, a risk for food poisoning, or has been left unrefrigerated for too long.

FOODsniffer may also reduce food waste. It can be used on products that have already been bought to ascertain whether they are still safe to eat.

FOODsniffer is simple to use – just need to slide it in and the results will come to your smartphone or tablet via FOODsniffer app in seconds.