The first electronic dispenser that uses the latest technologies to safely dispense food is expected to go on sale in 2018, but not before the candy companies and regulators have a lot of work to do to get it to market.
The Electronic Pez dispenser uses a pair of high-tech sensors that detect when the candy is opened and closes, the latest in a long line of products that promise to cut food-borne illness outbreaks.
But that won’t be the only way the technology is used to deliver candy.
The dispenser has been tested in other food-related settings, such as pet food and ice cream, and is expected for use in vending machines and at convenience stores, but there’s a catch: it’s going to be difficult to make it available in the U.S. and Canada.
To get it into the hands of people in the United States, the dispenser is a big change from the previous versions.
There’s a lot more to the dispensers design, from the placement of the dispensing device to the size and placement of dispensers, but they’re basically all the same.
The most significant differences are the size of the candy, and the type of food it’s being offered.
The dispensers main selling point is that they use magnetic-reinforced polymer technology that can withstand up to 3,000 psi.
The magnets can also withstand temperatures as low as 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
These can withstand temperatures up to 6,000°F.
But in the food-safety world, the best way to protect food is to ensure it doesn’t get in the way of your hands, according to Mark Zobel, president of food safety at Syngenta Inc., which makes the Pez brand.
That means the dispensation should be able to detect the presence of food, even if the food is not in the dispensered area, and be able open and close it without touching food, he told Business Insider in an email.
“That means you won’t get a candy-filled, watery mess on the floor when you come home to find your kids are eating their dinner, for example,” Zobal said.
The new dispenser will be marketed as a food safety device by the manufacturer, and will come in a wide range of colors and sizes.
The technology is called Magnetic Secure Compartment (MSC) dispensers.
The packaging is called “Pez Smart” and includes a sticker that says “Safe food and drink.”
The device can be used for food, drinks, snacks, frozen treats, and other foods.
The manufacturer plans to begin shipping the device in 2018 and is working with food and consumer safety regulators to make sure that it is safe to use, Zobar said.
The product should also be compatible with other brands of the PeZ brand, and a range of other dispensers will be available to consumers, Zomel added.
The MSC dispensers have been on the market for more than a decade and have been widely used.
But they have a few limitations.
They are only designed to dispense a small amount of food at a time, and they don’t have a way to track how much food has been dispensed, Zabel said.
And they can’t detect the contents of the food they’re dispensing.”MSC dispensing is only one of a handful of safety features that MSCs lack,” he said.
“The rest of the safety features are very useful and are available to any food manufacturer that makes MSC-equipped dispensers.”
The dispenser can detect a number of foods that might be unsafe.
For example, it can detect foods that have been contaminated with viruses or bacteria, or that contain an ingredient that might make the food taste bad.
Zobels company has tested the dispensors and found that it can identify the presence and types of contaminants in food.
“The dispensing process does detect food, but it is not an accurate indicator of whether food has contaminated or not,” Zomels said.MSCs are also limited in what they can do to prevent food from being contaminated.
If you open the MSC, it will detect a chemical in the product that will turn the food yellow and turn off the light in your home.
You can also turn off any light that comes on when you’re not eating or sleeping.
The yellowing is temporary and doesn’t harm the food.
But if the dispensator is used in a food-dispensing setting, that chemical will become active, and you could have food that tastes bad.
“You can’t turn off your lights to prevent this,” Zabels said, adding that the dispensable is designed to be used at night and on busy nights when you need to be alert and aware of your surroundings.
If you’re looking for an alternative to the older dispensers in your kitchen, you could try a non-