Unveiling the Nano World: Expanding Food Safety Monitoring Through Nano-biosensor Technology

Rishika Choudhary, Nandinee Rathore, Kumkum Parihar, Manmohan Singh Chauhan, Shradha Binani and Naveen Kumar

Abstract

The potential of nano-biosensor technology for improving food safety monitoring is investigated in this research. Nano-biosensors have several advantages, including rapid detection, high sensitivity, real-time monitoring, and adaptability in detecting food borne risks. They have been used successfully in food testing to detect pathogens, allergies, poisons, and chemical pollutants. However, issues with nanoparticle leakage and migration, as well as potential toxicity, have been resolved. Future developments are predicted to be driven by advancements in nanomaterials and integration with technology such as artificial intelligence. While nano-biosensors have the potential to revolutionize food safety monitoring, a thorough awareness of dangers is required for appropriate application. Continued advancements in nano-biosensor development will almost certainly result in even more effective platforms, ensuring safer food consumption and public health.

Published on: March 12, 2024
doi: 10.17756/jfcn.2024-s1-012
Citation: Choudhary R, Rathore N, Parihar K, Chauhan MS, Binani S, et al. 2024. Unveiling the Nano World: Expanding Food Safety Monitoring Through Nano-biosensor Technology. J Food Chem Nanotechnol 10(S1): S94-S100.

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