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The upstarts behind Nima want you to REALLY know what you eat

Shireen Yates and Scott Sundvor are the founding pair behind the San Francisco-based startup Nima, a three-year-old company that's invented a device that will allow people with gluten allergies the chance to test their food. The product, which Time magazine named one of the best inventions of 2015, will begin shipping this fall to those who placed pre-orders. The achievement — along with
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