Tag Archives: Travel

Member Stories: Traveling with Multiple Food Allergies

Anne King is a Toronto mom whose 6-year-old son has multiple food allergies. Her family is on the road 6-8 weeks of the year. We talked to her recently about traveling with multiple food allergies. What is your son allergic to? Anne: He carries an EpiPen for eggs, nuts, peanuts, sesame and wheat. He has…  Read More

Guest Post: Travelling with Food Allergies

By Nicole K. The following post is from our Adults with Allergies blog, a place for sharing stories and advice on living with food allergies in work, travel, and so much more. I was diagnosed with life-threatening food allergies at a very young age. Growing up I had always wanted to travel, specifically to Egypt…  Read More

Spring Break: Tips for Travel from Food Allergy Canada

Passports: check. iPhone: check. Epinephrine auto-injectors: check. Are you ready for Spring Break holidays? If you are travelling and have food allergies, here are some tips to make sure you have a safe and relaxing vacation. Inspect your gear Get out your auto-injector and asthma medications and check to see that they are up to…  Read More

Safety Checklist

Living with food allergies means being prepared and staying safe. Choose from our menu on the left side of this page to learn about being allergy-aware at home, school, work and while travelling and dining out. Ask Yourself Before leaving the house: Do I have my epinephrine auto-injector? At the restaurant: Do the waitstaff and…  Read More