I am passionate about raising awareness of allergens particularly within the Catering Industry, as I have over 30 years experience within this...
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I am passionate about raising awareness of allergens particularly within the Catering Industry, as I have over 30 years experience within this industry. I am also inspired by my daughter who has multiple allergies/food intolerances which has caused great difficulties over the past few years. I realised how challenging this is for her but also for the thousands of others in a similar situation.
Due to my own increased understanding I have sought to increase the awareness of others through similar smaller campaigns, and I would love to make an even bigger impact on the catering industry and the lives of those suffering with food allergies.
In order to truly understand the daily challenges faced by a person with a food allergy, we are asking participants to remove 1 of the key 14 allergens from their diet for a period of 2 weeks in September. This is a scenario I have successfully used previously with my team at work.
The #Onemcpeakechallenge will take place from 1st-15th September. Participants will be asked to feedback their experiences from going shopping, eating out and cooking at home .
We are particularly interested in colleagues from the catering industry to take part, as this may improve the customer experience for customers with food allergies.
The Anaphylaxis Campaign provides valuable support and information regarding serious allergies. This valuable resource provides advice, resources and ongoing research, which aims to advance the effective treatment and management of severe allergies.
We suggest a minimum donation of £5 for an individual entry to the #Onemcpeakechallenge and £50 for a team entry, though anything more would be greatly appreciated.
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