Allergy Dictionary

The ECC Germany has created a dictionary to allow people suffering from food allergies to travel abroad worry-free.

Update: Jan 2013

The dictionary contains a translation of 130 allergenic foodstuffs in 21 official European languages, as well as in Turkish, Russian, Icelandic and Norwegian.

This dictionary can also help you when ordering in a restaurant or grocery shopping, to explain your food restrictions and understand the ingredients of what you eat or buy in a foreign language.

You can write down your allergies on a card „I’m allergic against…“ before you leave and keep it in your wallet during your holiday.

Select your own language from the following list. A pdf document will be opened, containing the translations of the terms in all other languages.

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