Test your food for peanuts: anytime, anywhere.
Nima empowers you to dine out more often, say yes to catered events, double-check a packaged food, and travel far and wide.
Let Nima take the first bite.
Nima’s test results and community provide additional data about your food. Always use your normal precautions when using Nima: talk to waitstaff, read labelling, and carry your allergy medication.
Trusted science, in your pocket.
Nima’s antibody-based chemistry was developed by MIT scientists to be faster, cheaper, and usable right at the dinner table. Nima is optimized to detect 10 parts per million of peanut protein and above. 10 ppm is the lowest adverse reaction level observed in patients during clinical research studies.
Recognized and funded by NIH
Nima is recognized as a leader in allergen research and has been awarded a grant from the National Institute of Health to develop the peanut sensor. Nima is advised by some of the top allergen researchers in the world.
Do your health insurance benefits include FSA/HSA reimbursement? Good news! Since testing with Nima can be an important part of a peanut-free lifestyle, Nima's Peanut Sensor and Test Capsules are reimbursable with a Peanut Allergy diagnosis.
Live your life to the fullest.
“My 7-year-old daughter really enjoyed testing foods to make sure they were free from peanut. This little sensor will now be a big part of our tool box in addition to all the precautions we currently take.”
Stephanie | Peanut Sensor Beta Tester
“I’ve used the first generation Nima device for gluten and it's a wonderful device. My daughter has Celiac disease and the Nima has saved us several times at restaurants.”
TechCrunch | Review →
“Best of all, the Nima Peanut Sensor is designed to be simple enough for even children to use, allowing kids to be empowered to be proactive about their own health and food safety.”
Simplemost | Review →
“You may only use a sensor like Nima once a month or even once a year, but the mental security in knowing that you are able to test your food is unparalleled.”
Popular Science | Review →
“[The] feeling of being out of control is exactly what Nima cofounders (and fellow food allergy sufferers) Shireen Yates and Scott Sundvor are aiming to combat.”
GlobalData Healthcare | Review →
What’s it like to use a Nima sensor? See what our customers have to say about Nima’s gluten sensor.