Bluetooth Food Freshness & Safety Detector

Sniff Your Way to Safe Consumption with the Bluetooth Food Freshness and Safety Detector

Do you hate sell-by dates? Feel like you’re always throwing out food before it’s really gone off? For most consumers, it’s a difficult task to know exactly when food becomes unsafe to eat. With 76 million cases of food borne illness reported each year in the US alone, the Bluetooth Food Freshness and Safety Detector provides peace of mind when serving up your favorite meat-based dishes.

The compact, handheld wand is capable of “sniffing” your meat, fish or poultry to tell you if the food is safe to cook and consume. By using innovative science and analyzing the VOC (volatile organic compound) gases produced from spoiled food, this intelligent device is able to give one of three results. Via your connected smartphone or tablet, the food quality and safety will be graded either “fresh,” “cook well” or “spoiled.”

Buy: Bluetooth Food Freshness and Safety Detector $89.99

Compatible with iPhone/iPad (iOS 8.0.2+) and Galaxy/Android devices (OS 4.3+), the lightweight and durable device will quickly alleviate all of your worries about feeding any food to your family or close friends.

Available in three attractive colors (black, green and white), the ergonomically designed “Food Sniffer” is a first-of-its-kind device capable of providing reliable results time and time again. You may also share the documented data from your tests directly through the app and discuss the findings with your family and friends.

With a long battery life and easy-to-use controls, you have no reason to ever take chances with your cuisine again!

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