For those who avoid gluten, Nima may be the product they are looking for.

A small, portable sensor, Nima gives consumers the ability to quickly detect whether the food in front of them contains gluten or not. Created by San Francisco-based 6SensorLabs, the idea for the product was inspired by the creators' own experiences with food allergies and sensitivities.

Nima's biggest asset is speed; other tests on the market take up to 15 to 20 minutes to give an answer, while Nima only takes two minutes, reports Entrepreneur. Full Story