Issues related to the use of artificial additives in food have become one of the point of discussions recently. One of the additives which is widely discussed is borax. The use of high doses of borax can cause serious diseases. Meatballs are one among many foods that is often found to contain borax. Irresponsible sellers added borax to the meatball mixture in order to have a chewier texture, more durable, and more attractive in terms of color. A medium is indeed needed to provide information about whether or not places selling meatballs may contain borax. Therefore, an application to detect the location of meatball sellers which may contain borax is proposed as a solution to the above problem. By utilizing the electronic nose technology, a device which can identify the components based on the odor. The content of borax is expected to be detected by utilizing one of the characteristics of the borax-contained meatball. In addition, this application utilizes the geotagging feature that can provide information on the location of meatball sellers which may use borax. This study was successfully implemented with an accuracy of 90% and a confidence level of 91%.