A customer travels to China. An article of her trip can be found in the 2018/9 winter issue of Allergic Living magazine.
Anyone who has the opportunity to travel to Italy needs to go to Rome and in particular to the Pantheon and Vatican City. Yes there’s the Colosseum and other fabulous ancient sites and museums to visit but for me these two destinations were unexpectedly off the charts
New EU regulations for consumer food information influences Rome hotel restaurant menu by adding little food allergy icons.
This morning I was reading the news online and an article about kitchen sponges carrying bacteria caught my attention. Are food allergens in your kitchen sponge?
Study abroad programs are a great way to see the world for college students. Inspite of all the scary stuff in the world today, kids need to get out on their own, to discover the world, to be inconvenienced, to wonder, to learn to take a calculated risk, to say hello in a foreign language.
50 years ago this year the antibody immunoglobulin (IgE) was discovered by researchers at Uppsala University in Sweden in collaboration with a team from Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital in Denver.
Comments on our Language Translations, our 'Keep It Simple' approach to our Translation Cards, the Chinese language writing styles that we use for our cards and our list of Food Translations.
In our 11 years of providing food allergy cards to travelers we have never had a customer mention this allergy. Alpha Gal - from a tick bite!
On the horizon are new sources of food protein that can be processed into flour, pastes and cooking sauces. And of course, do I see a 'gluten free' label on a bag of insect flour? You can bet on it.
I saw those words together and it caught my attention. Did you know that selling fake food was a multi-billion dollar business? Dairy products are notorious as well as meat, spices and liquids like syrup and fruit juices.