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FOODsniffer, A Device That Checks Meat, Poultry, and Fish for Possible Spoilage

FOODsniffer is a device that checks meat, poultry, and fish for possible spoilage. The device pairs with a smartphone app and quickly and simple identifies whether food is fresh, should be cooked thoroughly before eating, or simply discarded. The FOODsniffer launched with an innuendo-laden video demonstrating its use and warning viewers to, “Always sniff before […]
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