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Welcome to Food For Thought, the companion blog to the AllergyEats restaurant guide. Here we add more color to the picture – whether we’re talking about restaurants, travel, legislation, personal stories, or anything else related to food allergies.  We hope you’ll share your own comments and be a part of the conversation, too.  Enjoy!

 
AllergyEats Fears Autoinjector Shortage Could Be Worse During Back-To-School Rush
AllergyEats Fears Autoinjector Shortage Could Be Worse During Back-To-School Rush

A message for parents of children with food allergies about epinephrine autoinjectors and back-to-school season from AllergyEats Founder & CEO…

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Recent Concerns About Food Allergy Risks at Starbucks Explained

Transparency is great. Transparency allow us, in the food allergy community, to make the most informed choices given our individual allergy…

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Red Robin Buns Soon-to-Be Safe for Dairy Allergies Again

There has been a lot of disappointing chatter lately as dairy-allergic fans of Red Robin suddenly noticed that the allergy-friendly…

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Mylan confirms EpiPen “supply disruption” (i.e. shortage) and more

A few things happened today that shed more light on the shortage of EpiPens in the U.S. market since I…

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EpiPen US supply sporadic, but not a formal shortage… yet?

Rumors started swirling last week as I received messages and read online banter about individuals not being able to procure…

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Royal Caribbean: Delicious Dairy-Free Meals
Royal Caribbean: Delicious Dairy-Free Meals

Today’s blog was written by AllergyEats’ team member, Adrienne Walkowiak, who recently experienced life at sea with a food allergy.…

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The Making of AllergyEats’ Top 10 Chains List

We recently released AllergyEats’ 6th annual Top 10 Most Allergy-Friendly Chains in America List and thought we’d take the food allergy…

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2018 Top 10 Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains

AllergyEats Releases 2018 List of Top 10 Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains in America New List Offers a Variety of Dining…

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Teens and Food Allergies: What Can We Learn From Australia’s Allergy Study?

It seems that most food allergy research these days, including the pioneering LEAP study published late last year, is focused…

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EpiPen shortages in Canada; U.S. unaffected

Last week, Pfizer, seller of EpiPens in Canada, published a disturbing press release saying that EpiPens would be unavailable in…

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New Egg Allergy Risk at Wendy’s!

Fast food. We can debate the health merits of consuming it, but one of the main reasons it is popular…

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Take An Allergy-Friendly Bite Out of the Big Apple: NYC Restaurant Guide

Choosing the best place to dine in New York City can be overwhelming, so we’ve put together a list of…

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