Navigate the world with food allergies

 The United States of America

It is the land of promise, hope, and beauty. With exciting city life and breathtaking national parks, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Each region of the USA is known for something special that makes it unique and with 50 states to choose from, there will always be plenty to see and do!

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 Essential Information

Official Language

English

Emergency Number

911

Currency

American Dollar


LABELLED ALLERGENS

Milk, Eggs, Peanut, Tree nut, Soy, Wheat, Fish, Shellfish


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Traditional Food

As a country known for burgers, fries, hot dogs, and pizza, there is certainly plenty of fast food options. With a growing health effort, there is also excellent farm-to-table restaurants and small, independent dining choices. Traveling to the USA with food allergies varies in ease. The big cities on the east coast are best for food allergy knowledge and understanding. More restaurants are aware than ever before because of the growing allergy population within the USA.

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Cultural Understanding of Food Allergies

The USA recognizes the top eight allergens on packaging. Food allergy awareness differs depending on where in the country you visit. Although food allergies are now more prevalent than ever before in the USA, the understanding of allergies and cross contact is inconsistent in most places and big cities offer the most options.  

Firsthand accounts of traveling in The USA with food allergies