You’d be hard pressed these days to find a restaurant or university dining hall that hasn’t encountered a guest with a food allergy or intolerance. Roughly 15 million Americans have food allergies and the most severe reactions can be fatal. Some food establishments may view special dietary requests as a nuisance or have no idea how to handle them, while others not only have a safety protocol in place for allergen free dishes but take great pride in their ability to provide outstanding service to those with food allergies.
MenuTrinfo, AllerTrain and Kitchens with Confidence are extremely active in the food service and allergy communities. Read more about current news and what our divisions are up to below. Media kits and company info sheets are available upon request. Call us at 970-295-4370 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for your copy. We are often available to comment on news stories around the country regarding improper handling of food and the steps needed to make eating out a predictable experience.
Allergen and gluten-free audit of Risley Dining Hall to prevent cross contact and ensure student diner safety. Fort Collins, CO (RestaurantNews.com) Kitchens with Confidence, the leading allergen and gluten-free auditing and accreditation firm, has completed a gluten-free audit for Cornell Dining’s Risley Dining Hall, the company has announced. The audit was conducted in an effort … Continue reading
In early November, AllerTrain by MenuTrinfo, which conducts food allergy and gluten free training, launched the Food Allergy Symposium for Industry (FASI) bringing together leading experts from foodservice brands to address the training and tools required to improve concerns and issues surrounding food allergies. Additional topics included the legal aspects of food allergies and new product offerings for special dietary needs in industrial kitchens.
AllerTrain receives county approval to provide food allergen and gluten-free training for Montgomery County food service employees.
Fort Collins, CO – MenuTrinfo® is excited to announce their recent partnership with the Celiac Support Association, a membership association aiming to optimize the health of those with celiac disease and gluten sensitivities. The Association selected the AllerTrain™ training program because it is the only ANSI (American National Standards Institute) accredited food allergy training program available today that also provides ANSI accredited gluten-free training.
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