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PostPosted: Mon Oct 24, 2011 11:24 am 
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AllergyEats Applauds Allergy-Friendly Restaurants, Spotlights What Accommodating Restaurants Have In Common

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What do restaurants like Legal Sea Foods, P.F. Chang's, Not Your Average Joe's and Blue Ginger have in common? These chain and independent restaurants take great pride in accommodating diners with food allergies and intolerances by carefully implementing food allergy protocols and procedures. As a result, they've all gotten high allergy-friendliness ratings on AllergyEats ( www.allergyeats.com ), the biggest and fastest growing online source for finding allergy-friendly restaurants.

"Dining out with food allergies can be frustrating and scary, but a growing number of restaurants are doing a terrific job of accommodating food-allergic guests, making the experience of dining out more comfortable and enjoyable," said Paul Antico, Founder of AllergyEats and father of three food-allergic children. "Restaurants like Legal Sea Foods and Clyde's have high AllergyEats allergy-friendliness ratings because they've implemented a variety of safety procedures and policies around serving food-allergic guests. I applaud them for being so accommodating and progressive about this issue."

While actual policies vary among restaurants, there are certain steps that the most allergy-friendly restaurants take to ensure they're accommodating guests with dietary restrictions, including:


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 24, 2011 12:54 pm 
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:thumbsup This looks so great! When in the U.S. :thanksign for posting that. I notice it is only in there though. Or is there something like this here in Canada. How about elsewhere? :goodidea

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