Allergy Amulet

Allergy Amulet is a fast & portable food allergen & ingredient sensor. Their patented technology builds on over two decades of research to create a novel detection platform that pairs molecularly imprinted polymers with conductive nanomaterials, creating the world’s smallest & fastest consumer food allergen sensor.

Allergy Amulet is a fast & portable food allergen & ingredient sensor that allows people with food allergies to eat without fear.


Abigail Barnes


Abi is an attorney, author, and lifelong food allergy sufferer. She was named to Business Insider’s 2019 Top 100 Coolest People in Food & Drink. Her work has been published in several well-known periodicals and journals, including Forbes and The Atlantic, and her research has been featured in The Economist. Abi authored two guidebooks on corporate social responsibility, published by Patagonia & Yale. She holds advanced degrees from Vermont Law School and Yale University, and is the co-inventor on one issued patent. Abi is committed to making the world a safer place for the food allergy community, and using business as a force for good.

Meg Nohe


Meg has over a decade of experience working at branding agencies in account management and business development roles for consumer products, medical devices, and therapeutics. She led the launch of multiple first-of-its-kind medical devices, and spent several years in clinical sales at Pfizer and Stryker. She is a Certified AllerCoach, and the former President of Food Allergy Partners, the Midwest’s only food allergy and intolerance consulting practice. Meg has a daughter with peanut and tree nut allergies.

Dr. Lukasz Mendecki


Lukasz brings over a decade of expertise in the design, development, and application of nanomaterials in sensor technologies with an emphasis on environmental and clinical analysis. Lukasz has a track record for driving results, identifying efficiencies, and translating scientific achievements into real-world applications. At Dartmouth College, Lukasz worked on developing miniature and wearable sensors. He later worked for Deloitte, where he identified more than $50M in growth opportunities across multiple sectors, including life sciences, food manufacturing, and agtech. He holds a Ph.D. in chemistry from Keele University and an M.Sc. in forensic science from King’s College London.