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Erin McKenna: Bringing Allergy-Friendly Magic to Disney World

Growing up in San Diego, Erin McKenna remembers Disneyland as a “fantasy land”. Once a year, she and her 10 siblings would pile into the family station wagon and visit “The Happiest Place on Earth,” complete with rides, famous characters, and delicious oversized treats ranging from massive clouds of cotton candy to lollipops the size of saucers. To this day, Disney […]

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Allergy-Friendly & Gluten-Free Bakery Tour

Across the nation, these safe havens rise to every special occasion. Allergic Living hits the road to find the country’s sweetest allergy-safe bakeries.

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Allergy-Friendly and Gluten-Free Bakeries in Canada

These storefronts rise to every free-from special occasion. For allergy-friendly and gluten-free bakeries in the U.S., click here. Petit Lapin Patisserie 342A Victoria Avenue, Montreal patisseriepetitlapin.com Free of: Gluten and Top 11 food allergens. Stars of the Show: Choco-coco Cupcake Why We Love It: From French macaroons to diner-style donuts, this sweet new shop whips up […]

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AllergyEats Releases List of the Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurants

AllergyEats has released its 2014 list of the most allergy-friendly restaurant chains.

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‘Oh Waiter…’ An Allergic Child Learns to Dine Out

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Dining Gluten-Free: Tips and Where Gluten Hides

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Forum: Dining Out Section

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Ask the Allergist: French Fries and Oil

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City Proceeds with Auto-Injector Pilot Project

The Canadian city of Hamilton moved one step closer to requiring epinephrine auto-injectors at its 1,900 food service outlets.

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City Mulls Auto-Injectors in Restaurants

A Canadian city considers requiring all food outlets to have an auto-injector on hand in case of an allergic emergency.

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