Traveling with food allergies?

September 18, 2004 | Comments Off on Traveling with food allergies? offers wallet-sized, laminated translation cards for individuals with food allergies traveling in countries where they don’t speak the language. The website lets travelers create personalized cards specific to their needs. Travel writers: this would make an excellent topic for an article on travel resources, international dining or traveling with food allergies. offers cards:
– in 12 different languages (French, Italian, Spanish, Greek, German, Russian, Polish, 2 forms of Chinese and 2 forms of Portuguese, English)
– including 37 different foods (all common allergy foods such as nuts, milk, shellfish, wheat and eggs and as well as less common foods such as pine nuts, mushrooms and peas)
– in 6 different card types (single languages and multiple languages/foods per card).


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