Allergy Free Resources
The Art of Planning Allergen-Free Events by Stephanie Courtney
Are Your Events Safe for People with Food Allergies? Food allergies and intolerances are coming more into the public eye. Those who are at risk deserve to have a safe, enjoyable experience at social events. As an event planner, you can have the satisfaction of providing an allergen-safe event, and the knowledge that your expertise is increasingly valuable in a growing market.
This must-have book is designed to help you to: Identify and understand what food allergies and intolerances are; Identify potential risks and exposures by gathering information up front; Manage event risks through protocols with food service providers; Educate clients about how they can help you to keep them safe; Track and communicate necessary allergy information during an event; Learn how to modify goods and services to accommodate allergies.
Additional websites providing more information.
You can find in-depth information on celiac disease including symptoms, gluten free diet, gluten free products, and related celiac disease symptoms at these other websites. You can also find information about gluten free foods and products that are safe to eat, and foods and products to avoid that contain gluten.
Allergen Free Events Caterer Qualification Checklist
When you plan a party or an event, naturally you want the event to turn out perfectly. A good pratice is to have a checklist to go over with the caterer. When the event has to be allergen free, additional care and considerations must be taken into account. Our Allergen Free Events Caterer Qualification Checklist has questions that will help determine a caterers level of experience with allergen free events.