Eating out for all of us with food allergies is often scary or worrisome. Even if you have a restaurant you trust as the staff may change, or food ingredients might change. Eating out means trusting someone else with your food. Some chefs and kitchen managers are aware and more understanding than others when it comes to food allergies. Perhaps they have a child or a relative with severe, life-threatening food allergies.
If you haven’t yet seen the following article in the news, I’d recommend having a read. The article discusses a recent guide that was created in collaboration with Anaphylaxis Canada and The Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association for Canadian restaurateurs.
Click on the following link to the article:
Guide aims to help Canadian restaurateurs better understand food allergies – Lauren La Rose, The Canadian Press