Device could evaluate food quality with smartphone

Researchers in Germany say they've created a device smaller than a sugar cube that can be installed in smartphones and be used to evaluate food quality. The device, which could be ready for the market in three to five years, would measure protein, fat, water and other components, and recommend whether or not to purchase a product.

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