Having a food allergy doesn’t mean that you or your little one has to miss out! Given that a staggering 2 million people in the UK are living with a diagnosed food allergy (not including those with a food intolerance), there is so much more awareness now surrounding allergies; which is great for allergy sufferers and the law protects you to make sure you are able to make informed decisions about what (or not) to eat.

Nevertheless, eating out with an allergy can understandably bring a whole new level of anxiety; particularly if this is something new to you as a parent of an allergy sufferer. 

Hopefully this blog will help you understand what restaurants have to do by law, along with some helpful tips to help you when eating out so that you feel more comfortable and in control discussing allergies.

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