Press Release – TAB Street Grows List of Food Allergy-Friendly, Gluten Free Restaurants and Eateries
Food & Beverage
January 19, 2023 01:27 PM
TAB Street Grows List of Food Allergy-Friendly, Gluten Free
Restaurants and Eateries
(January 19, 2023) – TAB Street is excited to announce that it has reached a milestone number of over 5,000 vetted listings of food allergy and gluten-free vetted restaurants, bakeries, and more. Whether at home, work or on the streets, TAB Street makes it easy to geolocate the nearest food outlet that are allergy or gluten friendly or serve specialty items. The service is available in the US, Canada, Australia, and the UK, with more countries coming soon.
Mobile apps have made locating food outlets easier, but have missed out on an essential factor. For those suffering from allergies, or wanting to avoid gluten, it is hard to find restaurants that can accommodate special requirements.
“No one needs to miss out on that special party or travel tour simply because of an allergy or the need to avoid gluten food. Created with the food allergy user in mind, we only list restaurants that have food allergy, gluten free information available on their respective websites,” says a representative from TAB Street.
TAB Street offers a growing list of food allergy friendly restaurants, and these include fast food places to fine dining avenues. What’s more, even general users can quickly locate a vetted restaurant nearby. For owners of restaurants, bakeries and food outlets that want to accommodate every customer, joining the list is the easiest way to reach out to customers. The site manager verifies all listings for food allergy and gluten status, along with other diet information when available.
TAB Street is addressing a vast market vacuum. There are over 32 million people in the US alone with allergies and they range in all ages, from young to old. Those 32 million people have family and friends that don’t want to exclude them from eating out adventures, road trips, and travel. So, if you just add one extra person to the 32 million you would have 64 million people who can use TAB Street to find a listing. Plus, anyone else who is hungry and needs to find a restaurant close by.
Before TAB Street, the biggest headache was not knowing which restaurant works with one’s allergy or multiple allergies or will even be willing to accommodate. The website began with the desire to travel and enjoy the adventure without missing out on food. Today, the list is regularly consulted by a large customer base, and is ideal for parents, grandparents, friends or family of those who have food allergies or intolerances, conditions such as Celiac disease, or need gluten-free food.
“Our aim is to empower everyone, young and old with food allergies and special food requirements. No matter the town’s size, from rural areas to the city, every listing that meets the criteria qualifies,” said the representative.
Users don’t need to have food allergies to use the site. Anyone can visit www.tabstreet.com at home or on the road and see what is available within 100 miles with its geolocation feature.
TAB Street is continually researching and adding new food spots and restaurants that have food allergy / gluten free information available on their respective websites.
TAB Street has been created with the food allergy user in mind. The site lists websites that have food allergy, gluten free information available on their respective websites. The food allergies cover, but not limited to, the following: wheat, gluten, egg, seafood, soy, peanut, dairy, tree nut, fish, and other dietary conditions covered when available.
TAB Street – Finding Food Allergy and Gluten Free
Baltimore, Dec 13, 2018 (Issuewire.com) – For most people, making a choice to eat out is sometimes just deciding what they are in the mood for, but when you have food allergies that choice becomes a lot harder. Not knowing which restaurant works with your allergy or multiple allergies or even be willing to accommodate. Eating out can’t be taken for granted for sometimes it is a necessity. Created with the food allergy user in mind, the site only lists websites that have a food allergy, gluten free information available on their websites.
Why is this important? There are over 15 million people in the US alone with allergies and they range in all ages, from young to old. Those 15 million people have family and friends that don’t want to exclude them on eating out adventures, road trips, and travel. So, if you just add one extra person to the 15 million you would have 30 million people who either have or care for someone with the disease.
TAB Street is an emerging platform that has listings of food allergy and gluten-free restaurants and more that have been verified for that information, started out of wanting to still travel and a sense of adventure both locally and on to next vacation spot. These listings cover restaurants, bakeries, hotels and more. This is perfect for parents, frequent travellers, grandparents, friends and family of a person with food allergies, food intolerance, gluten-free and Celiac disease.
TAB Street is all about empowering everyone, young and old with food allergies, gluten-free diet and Celiac Disease. To help these millions of people with food allergies. No matter the size of the town, from rural areas to the city every listing that meets the criteria qualifies. This will allow anyone (you don’t need to have food allergies to use the site) to pull up tabstreet.com at home or on the road and see what is available within 100 miles (geolocation feature).
The Problem – eating out with food allergies.
– Not knowing which restaurant works with your allergy or multiple allergies
– Food allergies – Celiac Disease – food intolerance’s shouldn’t mean that you always need to stay local
– Food allergies affect both the young and the young at heart, including an unlimited amount of family and friends
The Solution – Current site the USA and growing sites are Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.
Restaurants are taking notice and making the changes to their website, menus, dedicating kitchen area and training their staff.
So, how can you help? Did you know that just 1$ can help us towards our goal of being able to help food allergy individuals find restaurants that have gone the extra mile in adding food allergy information to their website? Of course, any amount is appreciated, but it’s nice to know that 1$ can help millions living with food allergies, gluten-free and Celiac disease in moving forward. To implement features to enhance the site. We would like to encourage you to visit the campaign to see how you can help encourage and spread the word through donation or help in spreading the word through social media Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumbler, Pinterest and more.
Source : TAB Street – Finding Food Allergy and Gluten Free