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Translation Cards for Food & Drug allergies, Special Diets and Medical Needs

We provide cards. We provide translations. We provide knowledge. We specialize in food allergies, drug allergies, diet restrictions and medical emergency translations in more than 60 languages from Italian to Indonesian to Chinese to Japanese. See List of Languages. We serve travelers in over 20 countries and we can help you, too.

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