Testing Food for Peanut – Part 3: Restaurant Foods

Testing Food for Peanut – Part 3: Restaurant Foods

To understand how frequently peanut exposure could be occurring for people who maintain peanut-free diets, we’ve been testing food for peanut. Unlike gluten, there is no standard regulated by the FDA for what constitutes “peanut-free.” Our team aims to develop a...
Testing Food for Peanut – Part 2: Packaged Foods

Testing Food for Peanut – Part 2: Packaged Foods

To understand how frequently peanut exposure could be occurring for people who maintain peanut-free diets, we’ve been testing food for peanut. Unlike gluten, there is no standard regulated by the FDA for what constitutes “peanut-free.” Our team aims to develop a...
Testing Food for Gluten with Nima – Tips & Tricks

Testing Food for Gluten with Nima – Tips & Tricks

One of the frequent questions we get from gluten-free folks is “how do I test a whole plate of food?” When testing food for gluten with Nima, it only takes a sample of your meal – about the size of a pea. If you tested the entire dish, you’d have to blend up...