In current years, Europe has introduced increasingly stringent regulations on food production quality, despite the high time and economic costs of screening. a testing system is urgently needed that can quickly and cost-efficiently test foods for pesticides and other organic contaminants. A new task directed to develop a biosensor to identify traces of pesticides. The system is based on the Bioelectric Recognition Assay technology, which really combines living cells with an electrical sensor system for quick and sensitive detection. An automated platform based on BERA technology has been built that can detect a number of pesticides and other contaminants in less than three mins. This early model can identify a quantity of organophosphate and carbamate pesticides, a number of courses of herbicide.