Allergy abbreviations on a menu?

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Are there any allergy abbreviations that can be used as a reference on a menu?


It is important for you to recognise that the menu is a means of communicating with your customers and that you have a great deal of knowledge about what they want and expect.  

Yes, there are several common allergy abbreviations as listed below:

  • Gluten Intolerant  (GI)
  • Gluten-Free  (GF) 
  • Gluten-Free Diet  (GFD)
  • Egg Allergy  (EA)
  • Food Allergy  (FA)
  • Milk Allergy  (MA) 
  • Lactose Intolerant ( LI)
  • Peanut Allergy  (PA)
  • Multiple Food Allergies  (MFA)
  • Seafood Allergy  (SFA)
  • Tree Nut Allergy  (TNA)

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