Guests load the Nima sensor with a sample from their plates

Guests load the Nima sensor with a sample from their plates.

Serve gluten-free menu items? Prove it.

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Trust but verify. That’s the idea behind Nima, a portable allergen sensor hailed as a game-changer by members of the gluten-free community. The device enables celiac disease sufferers or otherwise gluten-intolerant customers to perform last-minute tests to ensure their restaurant meals are safe to eat. It’s a godsend from their perspective, but operators could encounter some challenging dining room dynamics when patrons start using Nima sensors next year.

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