Dining Out and/or Traveling

FARE’s Dining Out Tools & Resources

AllergyEats – Online Guide to Allergy-Friendly Restaurants

ServSafe Allergens™ Online Course

ServSafe Allergens™ Training Flyer for Restaurants

SafeFARE

FAACT and TAP Allergen Training Program for restaurants

Food Allergy Safety Practice Test for Food Service Professionals

DineSafe App for your phone (DineSafe invites eateries to add their menu offerings to the DineSafe database. Then, hungry app users can quickly locate restaurants able to meet their specific dietary needs. The app currently tracks 32 allergens plus 11 dietary preferences.)

FARE’s Tools & Resources for Traveling

FAACT’s Traveler’s Checklist for those with Food Allergies

International Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Alliance: Travel Plan and Travel Tips

Allergic Living’s Chart Comparing Airline Allergy Policies

Allergy Medication and Airport Security

Information on epinephrine and TSA x-rays (from AAAAI)

KFA’s Flying with Food Allergies – Video and Resources

No Nut Traveler

Lianne Mandelbaum (No Nut Traveler) featured on NPR: Food Allergy and Air Travel

Young Adventuress (Peanut Allergic Traveler Blog)

Studying Abroad with Food Allergies: An Experience Not To Be Missed  

Allergy Translation Cards

SelectWisely – personalized food allergy translation cards, travel advice and medical cards to people traveling in countries where they don’t speak the language.  These include people with food allergies, drug allergies, latex allergies, food intolerances, on gluten-free diets, low-salt/low-sugar diets, on vegetarian/vegan diets, with diabetes or with asthma.

Allergic Traveler Food Allergy Translator App

 

 

LOCAL ALLERGY-FRIENDLY RESTAURANTS:     

Fresh Thymes Eatery

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Shine

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Larkburger

Black Pepper Pho

Chipotle

Sweet Cow Ice Cream

The Makery Cake Co. (nut-free bakery in Centennial, CO)