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Pizza Bocca Lupo in San Jose, California, checks the freshness of the ingredients through a portable electronic nose known as Peres.
Peres, developed by ARS Lab, detects whether ingredients like meat and fish are fresh based on temperature, humidity, ammonia and flammable organic compound content levels.
Restaurant manager Patrick Dunne said that the portable electronic nose is efficient and affordable, at $120. Instead of difficult jargon, the freshness reading is displayed via an easy-to-understand graph.
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