Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Aug 26, 2011
    Katherine Asked

    We are visiting WDW with our 6yr old daughter who is allergic to tree nuts. We have noted her allergy on reservations but my concern is about the quick service meals and snacks offered in the parks. How will we know that that they are safe for her to eat?

    Hi Katherine! We have a nut allergy in our family too. I can tell you that we have dined at many Disney dining locations, including quick service restaurants. In order to make informed decisions at counter service locations, be sure to request the "ingredients list book." You may certainly talk to the manager about your daughter's tree nut allergy and you will be directed to suitable items that are safe for her to consume. Regarding snacks offered in the parks, I would suggest reading the labels to make sure the products don't contain any tree nuts. In addition, I will recommend making sure to bring your little princess' EpiPen, and/or Benadryl, to have ready in case of any unforseen allergic reaction. For more information regarding allergy concerns, read HERE. Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance. Enjoy a most memorable visit to the Walt Disney World Resort!
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