Go Dairy Free Endorses AllergyEats
Go Dairy Free endorses AllergyEats
Encourages People with Food Allergies, Dietary Restrictions
To Search, Rate Restaurants on AllergyEats
BOSTON, MA (November 12, 2010) – Go Dairy Free, a popular, well-respected website for people leading dairy-free lifestyles, has endorsed AllergyEats (www.allergyeats.com), now the fastest growing source for finding allergy-friendly restaurants.
Go Dairy Free (www.godairyfree.com) helps millions of people enjoy a healthy lifestyle free from milk products. Whether they’re contending with a milk allergy or sensitivity, avoiding lactose, seeking lasting weight loss, looking to permanently resolve acne, interested in increased energy and disease prevention, or taking the leap from vegetarian to vegan, Go Dairy Free empowers them to make the transition with ease.
“I love that AllergyEats connects me directly with the opinions and experiences of other food allergic diners. Within a single website I can discover great restaurants that also suit my dietary needs,” said Alisa Fleming, Founder of Go Dairy Free.
“I’m delighted that Go Dairy Free, a well-known, highly-respected organization, has endorsed AllergyEats and I’m confident that their endorsement will help drive awareness of – and ratings on – our site” said Paul Antico, President and Founder of AllergyEats. “The more people who rate restaurants on AllergyEats, the better it will be for the entire food allergy community.”
AllergyEats is a free, user-friendly website that provides valuable peer-based feedback about how well (or poorly) restaurants accommodate the needs of food-allergic customers. AllergyEats lists well over 600,000 restaurants nationwide, which food allergic diners can rate. The site also offers information on restaurants’ menus (including gluten-free menus), allergen lists, nutrition information, certifications, web links, directions and more.
For more information, please visit www.allergyeats.com.