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New iPhone/iPod Touch app helps those with celiac, coliac food allergies to eat out safely


CHICAGO AllergyFree Passport and GlutenFree Passport, internationally acclaimed health education firms, launched their iEatOut Gluten & Allergen Free application for iPhone and iPod touch users.

Thanks to the new application, users can experience instant access to safe eating out by offering users the opportunity to select from one or a combination of allergens, including corn, dairy, eggs, fish, gluten, peanuts, shellfish, soy, tree nuts and wheat.

After selecting the specific cuisine in question, users are able to browse detailed menu items from an array of restaurants with color-coded columns to indicate whether or not the dish "contains" or "may contain" allergens.

"Our global market research indicates that over 70% of individuals managing gluten and allergen-free lifestyles are most concerned about eating in restaurants and at social gatherings," states Kim Koeller, president and CEO of AllergyFree Passport. "iEatOut transforms these into safe and positive eating experiences for everyone involved."

The iEatOut application is now available through Apple's iTunes Apps Store.

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