computer chips in food packaging could 'text people when food is going off' - food packaging film
In the future, computer chips in food packaging are reported to be warning as consumer food is about to change.
Scientists have developed a gadget that can be inserted into perishable food packaging that can be evaluated when the contents are close to use --
The EU peer commission has heard so far.
The Daily Mail says the chips may be alerted to the need to eat them by sending a text message to the owner.
According to newspaper reports, Baroness Scott of Needham Market told environment minister Dan Rogerson that a witness who provided evidence to the Commission in the Netherlands said: "We are very close to the commercial production of a small chip that can enter the packaging, which can measure the actual deterioration rate of the food.
The current pre-date best meeting, she said, "assumes everything is equal.
It just assumes that you all keep the food at the same temperature, and that actually responds to the real situation ".
Mr Rogerson said, why would half of your shopping basket end up in bin 'Facebook could lose 80 pc users before 2017 ', to meet the toys that will turn paper airplanes into drones in the future "I should be interested to know the scope and quantity of resources needed to produce this product.
"If I didn't have a fridge to text me, my text would be in trouble," Ms Scott added . ".
Whether it's realistic or not, it's interesting to see what innovation can lead.