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"Which country is best for food allergy sufferers?

For some travelers an errant peanut or hidden shrimp can be potentially lethal -- here's advice for those with concerns." -- Tips from CNN for traveling to a foreign country with a food allergy.

This article does a nice job hitting some important points to consider when traveling with a food allergy. Clear communication and pre-planning are also totally necessary. For additional tips about traveling with a food allergy see

Living Confidently is a free Anaphylaxis Canada lead American and Canadian collaboration created to help families keep their kids with food allergy safe and happy.

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Kids With Food Allergies
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