Chances are you are grilling today if you live in America, but how sure can you be that the meat you are cooking is not spoiled? Using the SensorfreshQ, a handheld electronic “nose” using leading-edge food-safety technology to quickly measure the bacteriological activity on uncooked meat or poultry. In under one minute the sophisticated micro-processor takes over 2,000 readings and using complex algorithms to determine the food’s safety.
There is no special handling or prep required; and it works at any temperature. Simply hold the sensor about an inch above the meat and push a button; a built-in fan draws in the sample atmosphere past four electronic sensors that measure by-products of food-borne bacteria at sensitivities measured in parts per billion (ppb). It is programmed to correlate with the strictest international standards for food safety.
Suggested price: $49.95 (was $89.95)