FOODsniffer is a groundbreaking handheld mobile device that allows a consumer always to know if raw meat is safe to eat. It can instantly tell if the food is fresh, hazardous to your health or has been left unrefrigerated for too long. The digital nose uses sensors to determine over 100 volatile organic compounds (VOCs), like ammonia or carboxylic acids. After collecting all the data, it alerts the user whether food is safe for use, spoiled or starting to spoil. Developed in Europe using Swiss technology, this portable gadget is now heading straight to the kitchens all around the world. Happy users already enjoy the simplest way to tell if meat is spoilt or not: you just need to slide it over the food, and the results will be sent to your smartphone or tablet via the FOODsniffer app within seconds.