This Device ‘Sniffs’ Your Food So You Don’t Get Sick
If you’ve ever fallen victim to a nasty bout of food poisoning, you know it’s pretty much the worst (and if you haven’t, well, lucky you). Hence the FoodSniffer, a device that its makers claim can “sniff” raw meat to ensure it hasn’t gone bad.
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