Having food allergies can be a big enough hassle in your native country, let alone when travelling where you don’t speak the language very well. Allerglobal helps you make language-specific food allergy cards to communicate in restaurants.
At Allerglobal you can select from dozens of food allergies and generate a printable card that you can use while travelling. The card can be translated into 27 languages — although we selected English so that you could read what the stock phrases on the card were, you can just as easily select Italian, French or other languages. If you’re travelling and your use of the local language is shaky or nonexistent, it’s definitely worth printing off a few cards before you leave the country.
Have your own tip, trick or handy printout to make travelling easier? Let’s hear about it in the comments.