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Our Press Releases

Nima Partners with Global Allergy Leader ALK for European Distribution

Nima Brings Food Transparency to those with Peanut Allergies with the First Portable Peanut Sensor – Now Available

Nima Launches First Portable Gluten Sensor for Peace of Mind at Mealtime

6SensorLabs Secures $9.2 million in Series A Funding to Accelerate Expansion into Consumer Food Technology

Starting today, Pre-Order the Nima Peanut Sensor

2018 Highlights

TechCrunch: Nima Launches Food Sensor to Detect Peanuts

Mental Floss: New Sensor Can Alert You to Peanut Traces in Your Food in Real Time

Coolest Gadgets: Nima Peanut Sensor Helps Avoid Unnecessary Health Risks

Red Tricycle: This New Peanut Sensor Could Be a Literal Life-Saver for Kids with Allergies

A Plus: First Portable Peanut Tester Could Be A Game-Changer For Those With Allergies

The Bump: You Need To Know About This New Machine If Your Kid Has Peanut Allergies

Yahoo: Nima Allergy Sensor Now Tests Peanuts

Techacute: Make More Informed Dining Decisions with the Nima Peanut Sensor

The Spoon: Nima Peanut Sensor Now Available

Popsugar: This Genius Allergy Tester Can Tell If Nuts Are Hiding in Your Kid’s Food

Readwrite: As Food Allergy Rates Grow, Connected Tech Creates Safety Net

BonAppetit: Bon Appetit Tests World’s First Portable, Connected Gluten Sensor

DZone: Mobile Health Extends Beyond Apps to Health Diagnostic Solutions

PTPA: Nima Receives Parent Tested Parent Approved certification

The Spoon: The Food Tech 25: Twenty Five Companies Changing the Way We Eat

San Francisco Business Times: These five companies are reinventing the way restaurants and consumers do business

Inc: 5 Ways Tech Will Continue to Transform Our Daily Lives

Dataconomy: 6 Incredible Healthtech Devices of 2018

Cnet: Have a peanut allergy? The Nima handheld device wants to help you

TechCrunch: Nima announces a $289 portable peanut allergy tester

Forbes: Have Food Allergies? This Device Tests Your Food On The Spot

Popular Science: I hardly ever use my Nima allergen sensor. I’m still glad I bought it.

Today’s Parent: This product could be a lifes saver for kids with a peanut allergy

Mental Floss: This New Nima Device Can Detect Trace Amounts of Peanuts in Food

Medical Futurist: Testing Food for Gluten at Home: The Nima Sensor Review

Family Tech: Tech Tool of the Month: Nima Peanut Sensor

Baby Gaga: This Small Sensor Is A Must Have For Any Family WIth Peanut Allergies

Tech Times: Nima Sensor Can Detect Peanut Traces In Food

Babble: This Pocket-Sized Sensor Is A Game-Change For Anyone With A Peanut Allergy

Simplemost: There’s Now A Portable Device That Can Detect Trace Amounts Of Peanuts In Foods

Geek.com: Nima’s Portable Peanut Sensor Could Save Your Life

2017 Highlights

Brit + Co: Meet Nima, the Adorable Little Device That’ll Test Your Food for Gluten

Fortune: You Can Now Buy a Device that Tells You When You’re About to Eat Gluten

Reader’s Digest: High-Tech Toys to Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

Inc.: Got Food Allergies? You Need This Exciting New Device

Health.com: A Device That Can Test Your Food for Gluten

Healthline: Essential Gifts for the Gluten-Free Foodie

Bustle: Here’s Whether Or Not The PSL Is Gluten-Free

Bustle: Attn Gluten-Free Diners: This Device Could Revolutionize Your Dinner

The Spoon: Nima’s Founder Wants Us To Know Exactly What We’re Eating

Mashable: This device can tell if your food has gluten

Cnet: A gadget to test for food allergies? Not a piece of cake

Cnet: We get our hands on a Bluetooth-connected gluten detector

CNBC: Forget the EpiPen, this new device detects allergens in minutes

Popular Science: I tested ‘gluten-free’ food with the new gluten sensor – here’s what I found

2016 Highlights

Fortune: Allergic to Peanuts? A New Device Could Scan Your Food for You.

TechCrunch: And The Winner Of Hardware Battlefield 2016 Is…Nima By 6SensorLabs

2015 Highlights

TIME: The 25 Best Inventions of 2015

Smithsonian magazine: Test your restaurant meal for allergens in two minutes