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Tellspec  is  a  big  data  company  that  offers  real-time,  affordable,  reliable,  non-destructive,  portable  food  analysis.   We   provide   predictive   intelligence   about   food,  by  combining  spectral  sensors,  bio-informatics  techniques   and   machine   learning   algorithms,   in   a  revolutionary  technology  that  analyses  food,  in  real-time  and  at  the  molecular  level.  We  test  food  for  quality,  freshness,  authenticity  and  adulteration.  More  recently  we  started  to  integrate  blockchain  technology to track food history and origin.

Competences & Capabilities

Main    areas    of    specialisation    and    technological    expertise are:

  • Food analysis for quality, safety and authenticity
  • Spectroscopy, chemometric and machine learning data analysis
  • Blockchain technology for food traceability
  • Android and iOS mobile application development
  • Cloud computing: frontend and backend platforms

83 Cambridge St, Pimlico, SW1V 4PS London, United Kingdom


Isabel Hoffmann
+1 480 703 7359

Partner in the following EIT Food projects


TRACOD – Model-based Tracking of Cod and Other Fish Value Chain for Consumer Confidence Boosting and Food Engineers Education

We propose to use model-based systems engineering (MBSE) and conceptual modeling for two purposes: model the function, structure, and behavior of the entire “farm-to-fork” food value chain, ultimately enabling real-time view of the physical objects and processes along the food chain at increasing levels of detail through their digital twins, as reported by sensors in key chain locations


Improving trust on fish chain: Rapid and portable monitoring tools for a better control of whitefish

This project provides three rapid, hand-held tools for enhancing the trust in fish products


Understanding Food Labels

Get the facts you need to put your trust in the food system