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!

The Summer of Food Allergy “Firsts” – Ice Cream, Pizza, and Cupcakes, Oh My!

As food-allergic individuals or food allergy parents, it’s all too easy to focus on the fear and the negative of…

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Amazingly Easy Food Allergy Dining Experience in NYC!

AllergyEats’ Marketing Manager, Jesse Pezzullo, whose daughter has a dairy allergy, is the author of today’s blog. Recently, I had…

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Great Wolf Lodge: The “Gold Standard” of Food Allergy Staycations

Years ago, AllergyEats declared Disney World the “gold standard”” of food allergy dining. Today, we are taking the bold step…

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Rainforest Café – The Best of the Best!

Allergy-Friendly Dining in the Rainforest We recently released our 4th annual list of the AllergyEats Top 10 Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains…

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Hyatt Hotels Address Allergy Concerns
Hyatt Hotel Eases the Concerns of an AllergyEats Community Member

[This AllergyEats Blog post was submitted by an AllergyEats community member who has requested to remain anonymous.]   My youngest,…

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Cancun With Food Allergies: Just Warmth and Relaxation

With many people starting to think about Spring Break already (heck, in this weather, isn’t everyone?), I thought now would…

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Disney World with Food Allergies – Spring 2013

The following amazing AllergyEats Blog entry was submitted by Candace Timpte, reviewing her family’s wonderful experience at Disney World.  I’ve been…

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Anyone for a nice allergy-friendly resort experience?

[This AllergyEats Blog post features content from guest writer Jasmine]    We received a wonderful note from AllergyEats Friend Jasmine…

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How does Six Flags Great America in Chicago measure up?

  AllergyEats friend Ann shared with me her experience at Six Flags Great America and was nice enough to then…

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No one’s perfect – not even Disney World!

    I don’t know how many times I’ve refered to Disney World as the “gold standard” when it comes…

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Disney World with a multiple food allergic child

[This AllergyEats Blog post written by Lisa Giuriceo, Facilitator of the Food Allergy and Asthma Support Group of North Jersey]…

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Attacking peanut-free baseball games? Dumb idea? Heretical? Worst decision Yankees ever made? Really?!?

Yesterday afternoon, FOX News hosted a PR consultant, Fraser Seitel, President of Emerald Partners, to talk about peanut-free seating areas…

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