Digital kitchen scales are becoming a common household item and can help with food storage and storage of food, according to a new study from the University of California at Berkeley.

“Digital kitchen scales have become very common,” said Dr. Tereza Zalacz, one of the study’s authors and a professor of food and food science at UC Berkeley.

It is not clear how long the increase has been happening, or whether people have taken to using them.

“We think the uptake has been fairly rapid, and we’re not sure how long this trend will last,” she said.

Zalaxz and her colleagues analyzed 1.3 million food-related items, and found that digital kitchen scales accounted for about 17 percent of them.

They found that they accounted for more than half of all kitchen scales that consumers purchased online.

Zilak and her team found that the majority of the items in the study were purchased for grocery purchases, with a third of the samples coming from online purchases.

“In the U.S., people are spending more time and money on groceries than they used to,” said Zalak.

“This is something that can be very beneficial in terms of storing food.”

Zalaz said the study is just the latest in a series of research that have shown that digital food storage scales can be helpful.

She said the team hopes to continue studying the topic in the future.

“The question that we really want to get to is: how do we make it easier for people to manage this technology?” said Zilacz.