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Nima Peanut Sensor –
Coming Winter

Is it really peanut-free?

Nima with GF cookie

Are peanuts hidden inside the cookie?

40% of people who avoid peanuts told us they get exposed to peanuts in restaurants at least once a month.

  • People who avoid peanuts tell us the most difficult situations for eating peanut-free are when travelling, dining out, and at friends’ or family members’ homes
Nima with Gluten Found cupcakes

Is there peanut residue on the cupcake?

Nima is developing a portable peanut sensor that you can use anytime, anywhere.

  • Built using similar technology to Nima’s portable gluten sensor, this sleek, pocket-sized device can be carried in a purse or backpack.
  • Nima’s peanut sensor will provide a quick test of a dish or a packaged food item. You’ll take a small, pea-sized sample and insert it into a one-time-use capsule. Insert the capsule into the device, and within a few minutes you’ll get a notification if the sample contains peanuts.

Our peanut sensor is designed to be:


  • Nima is still working on the the final level of detection for peanuts, but is targeting below 15 parts per million of peanut proteins
  • Nima will test for common proteins across the most commonly found varietals of peanuts in the U.S., including Runners, Virginia, Spanish, and Valencia

Seamless in your daily life

  • A beautifully designed product that feels modern and sleek
  • Resilient and small enough to be in a backpack, briefcase, or purse

Connected with community

  • The Nima app will integrate with the peanut sensor so you’ll be able to share test results with others in the community avoiding peanuts, in addition to the gluten-free test results currently populated

Innovative Science

  • Our leading chemistry team has been awarded an NIH SBIR grant specifically to accelerate the introduction of a peanut sensor to the U.S. marketplace

Join the waitlist to be the first to be notified when the Nima peanut sensor launches in winter.