The app Too Good To Go is making scratch ‘n’ sniff sticker labels that will train your nose to know exactly what your food would smell like if it was really no longer okay to eat.
The aim? To help us all get back in touch with our common sense; trusting our senses to do their job and alert us if we’re hovering near something we shouldn’t be eating.
For the project, Too Good To Go teamed up with the world’s first professional S’mellier, Dariush Alavi, whose nostril superpowers were deployed to help prove when these foods are still good to go.
Too Good To Go is planning to work with retailers in the future to help the stickers reach labeling on your packages. For now though, they can be ordered free from this website.