Do you have a food allergy?

If you have a food allergy and are at risk of anaphylaxis, you can reduce your risk of having a reaction when eating out by taking some precautions:
📃Always carry your ASCIA Action Plan and your EpiPen. (Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia recommends: If you do not have your EpiPen with you, do not eat.)
💻Read the menu before you go to see if there are food choices that suit you. If the restaurant serves a lot of dishes that contain the food you are allergic to, it may be better to choose another venue and cuisine.
📱Call ahead to ask if the restaurant can cater for your needs.
🥜Always tell staff about your allergy at the restaurant and ask questions.
🍜🍴🥛Avoid sharing food, cutlery and other tableware.
 
 
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