How would you define an allergy-friendly restaurant?
This is a follow-up to Wednesday’s post entitled, “Urgent request for support to help impact REAL, impending food allergy legislation!”
In that post, I asked if you would take a few minutes to answer the question, “How would you define an allergy-friendly restaurant?”, in order to help me advocate as strongly as possible in discussions this week that will lead to real, forthcoming food allergy legislation.
Many of you posted comments on this blog and even more sent direct emails to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to thank those who took the time to do so – we’re off to a great start!
I’d like to make one more appeal for participation. Optimally, I’d have another 20-50 additional comments to present. This is a golden opportunity that I don’t want to slip by!
So if you haven’t shared your thoughts yet, please consider doing so now (I need answers by Wednesday, but it’s human nature to forget). And if you have already sent me (or posted) your response, please consider asking at least one other person to help us out.
Again, this is so easy. Just two steps.
- Type out your answer to “How would you define an allergy-friendly restaurant?” (being as specific as possible)
- Email it to email@example.com (or you can add it to the thread here, if necessary).
We struggle all the time, as a community, to gain recognition and acceptance for food allergy awareness and to exact positive change. This is our chance! This is our moment! The change we impact here – to a legislative body already working to help us – will set a template for states and municipalities around the country for years to come!
As an aside, please don’t forget to visit our core AllergyEats site at www.allergyeats.com and rate any restaurant experiences you’ve had recently. Our community is making fantastic progress helping each other there too!… but we still have a long way to go. With even just one additional rating, you help increase the value of AllergyEats for all of us.