Friday, August 10, 2007

Info on dietary/food allergy translation cards for Italy

(LAST EDITED/UPDATED: 7 June 2011)

Here are some links on dietary/food allergy translation cards for Italy:


DIETARY/TRANSLATION CARDS
  • AllergyCards.com – "This site is 100% free. It provides a fast and convenient way for people with food allergies to print off "allergy cards" for use eating out, while travelling, etc. You can create your allergy card below, or scroll further down for more information." – Source: web site
  • Allergy Translation – "Don't Limit Your Adventure!" – "175 Allergies, 11 Special Diets, 21 Languages" – Source: web site
  • Allergy Translation Cards – "HERON Patient Information" – "This Website provides a comprehensive and searchable source of self-help support groups, statutory and voluntary agencies covering the whole of Norfolk. It has long been established as Norfolk's leading database of validated consumer health information." – Source: NHS Choices (National Health Service) – From the United Kingdom
  • Dietary Card – "Eating out, whether in the UK or abroad, is one of life's greatest pleasures, and you don't need to miss out because of coeliac disease, food allergy, food sensitivity or restricted diet. DietaryCard have been taking the ordeal out of ordering in restaurants and hotels since 1999." – Source: web site
  • Food allergy cards help travellers – Jan 11, 2006 – Source: TVNZ (Television New Zealand)
  • Allerglobal – "Create your free allergy travel card!" – Source: web site
  • Gluten-Free Restaurants Cards – "An Information Source for Living Glutern Free in San Diego" – Source: Gluten Free in SD (San Diego)
  • KillerPeanut.com – "provides a free translation service for people with food allergies." – Source: web site
  • Menudata Dietary Card and Electronic Food Translation Service – "Over 30 translation languages" – Source: menudata – "safer dietary solutions" – In English, Finnish
  • Select Wisely – "Travel Translation Cards for people with food allergies, sensitivities and dietary restrictions" – Source: web site – Available in multiple languages – Food and Travel Translation Cards for communication food allergies and other health-related issues:
    • Food Allergies
    • Gluten-Free
    • Diabetes
    • Lactose Intolerance
    • Vegetarian
    • Low-Salt
    • Smoke-Free/Asthma
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While it's nice to have anyone of the above mentioned dietary/food allergy translations cards while in Italy or when traveling anywhere, one should exercise due care and diligence when you are eating out just like you were at home. It is critical to make sure that not only the waiter/waitress understand that you have a dietary/food allergy to certain food items and products but to convey that urgency and understanding to whomever is preparing your meal in the kitchen.

That's it for Friday, 10 August 2007: venerdì, 10 agosto 2007.

Ciao, Ben

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2 comments:

Tim C said...

Another great free resource is killerpeanut.com. This site provides free allergy cards and ecards in over 22 foods and 15 languages. Check it out.

killerpeanut.com

Sergiusman said...

Well, I'm Italian and I've checked the Italian translation of killerpeanut... it's kind of "regular". A far better free service is provided by Allerglobal.com, which is available in some 30 languages.

By the way, great blog!
Cheers
Sergio