The primary goal of AllergyEats is to connect food allergic individuals with restaurants that are deemed allergy-friendly by fellow food allergic peers. Besides diner ratings, AllergyEats includes other restaurant information that the food allergy community finds valuable and that helps allergy-friendly restaurants increase patronage. While AllergyEats looks to incorporate as much free publicly-available restaurant information as possible, it is always looking to add more content and give restaurants a means to promote themselves. AllergyEats also aims to see more restaurants take the initiative to increase their level of allergy-friendliness.
Here are some ways restaurants may benefit by participating with AllergyEats.
Select a topic
AllergyEats will accept advertisements on various pages, including the following:
At this time, AllergyEats is not accepting advertisements for the home page, though that policy is subject to potential change in the future.
For advertising rates, please email email@example.com.
Adding logo to results:
If you would like to add a logo under your restaurant’s name every time it shows up in the results of a “Find a Restaurant” search as well as on the Restaurant Details page, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The email should include a JPEG attachment of your logo.
At this time, AllergyEats will include your logo at no charge to you. This policy is likely to change in the future, at which point AllergyEats will inform you of its logo inclusion rates.
Adding more info to results:
On the “Find a Restaurant” search results pages, the final column labeled “Restaurant Information” has plenty of room to include any information you would like to add to your restaurant listing. This might include, but is not limited to, allergy policies, coupons, special menus, ingredient listings, certifications, responses to reviewer comments or other articles, awards or other accolades, or other links.
At this time, AllergyEats will include this additional information at no charge to you. This policy is likely to change in the future, at which point AllergyEats will inform you of its rates for the inclusion of additional information. AllergyEats’ current intent is to always provide links to easily available information on a restaurant’s website free of charge.
If you can’t find your restaurant on the “Find a Restaurant” search results page, please try one of the following:
2) If it is a new restaurant, it simply may not be in the database yet. Please notify us of the restaurant by clicking on “Report a Problem” on the left sidebar or send an email to email@example.com.
If you’ve found another error related to either your restaurant’s listing or another function of the site, please click on the “Site Feedback” link from the left sidebar or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to inform us of our error. We’ll try to correct it quickly.
AllergyEats is always interested in co-promoting with other parties, including restaurants, to help build awareness of each other’s offerings. If you are interested in co-promoting with AllergyEats, please email us at email@example.com
More info on becoming allergy-friendly:
The ultimate goal of AllergyEats and its supporters is to have as many restaurants as possible increase their level of allergy-friendliness. To this end, we encourage restaurants to visit the following external websites containing valuable information on becoming more allergy-friendly:
AllergyEats is currently in its beta stage and has plans to include many more features for consumers as well as opportunities and tools for restaurateurs. If you would like to be informed of new features specific to restaurateurs, please send the email address of a contact person to firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, if you would like to speak to a representative of AllergyEats about a possible opportunity or other issue not listed above, please send the email address and phone number of a contact person to email@example.com.