Gluten Levels in Food: The 20 ppm Debate

Gluten Levels in Food: The 20 ppm Debate

In the United States, 20 parts per million (ppm) has become commonly accepted as the maximum ratio of gluten levels in food deemed safe for people with celiac disease. This premise stems from the U.S. FDA’s rule for packaged foods issued in 2013 that aimed to help...
Food and Health Intersect at SXSW 2017:  Six Trends

Food and Health Intersect at SXSW 2017: Six Trends

SXSW is the annual gathering of tech, marketing, music, film and other enthusiasts in Austin, Texas, and four Nima team members have just returned from this year’s adventures. We were thrilled to participate in the first ever Food and Tech Startup Spotlight, curated...

Nima Testing: Can, When to Use Caution, and Can't Test

Nima is designed to give you additional information to help you feel more confident before eating. It’s is designed to test ready-to-eat food. When testing, smaller food particles will always make testing easier so crushing, ripping, or fine chopping food is...