categoryPersonal Stories

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!

 
Should restaurants post ingredient info? Marc certainly thinks so!

[The following post was submitted to me by “Marc from New York”] Food allergies, although common, take quite a toll…

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AllergyEats founder offers tips for dining out with food allergies & intolerances

AllergyEats Founder Offers Tips for Dining Out with Food Allergies & Intolerances AllergyEats is Biggest & Fastest Growing Source for…

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How much are food-allergic diners worth?

The following is a copy of a press release put out today by AllergyEats. Our intent is to further educate…

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Hockey star helps food-allergic child see first live game

There are a lot of uplifting stories in the blogosphere about individuals dealing with food allergies.  I read so many of…

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Great story about a kid-friendly, allergy-friendly restaurant that cares – Screamer’s

[The following post was written by Adrienne Walkowiak, a member of the AllergyEats team who has dealt with a dairy…

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Paul Antico named to Board of Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America

Paul Antico, Founder of AllergyEats (www.allergyeats.com), the fastest growing source for finding allergy-friendly restaurants, has been appointed to the national…

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Patriot Ledger entrepreneur column highlights AllergyEats and its founder

SOUTH SHORE ENTREPRENEUR: Paul Antico starts guide to allergy-friendly eateries By Ashlee Fairey The Patriot Ledger Posted Sep 28, 2010…

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Nice article about AllergyEats from the Daily Grommet

(The following is a reprint of an article from the Daily Grommet that appeared on 8/2/10.  It can be found…

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Guest post – Can restaurants be made safe for the food allergic?

I came across a great post about food allergies and restaurants in the blog of a website named Allergy Free…

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Tina Turbin on eating out gluten-free

Tina Turbin is a strong advocate for those who live gluten-free.  As she states on one of her sites, GlutenFreeHelp.info,…

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Don’t fake a food allergy

In reading a blog post written by Mikaela on dietforums.com called Avoid Unhealthy Sushi (www.dietforums.com/food-nutrition/2497-avoiding-unhealthy-sushi.html), I was bothered by comments…

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More encouraging words on the trend toward gluten-free

In reviewing articles that I was saving during the months leading up to the AllergyEats launch at the end of…

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