Hidden Allergen Ingredients

hidden allergy ingredients

Hidden allergen ingredients are becoming more and more prevalent in todays society and effecting guest experience in restaurants.

To help arm servers with the information necessary to protect their guests, we created the Waiter Wallet Allergy template. We recently came across a list of the "Top 8 Allergen Foods as Hidden Ingredients" from SaferDining.com Hopefully the following list will help restaurant, chefs and servers keep their guests safe from harmful ingredients. DAIRY: All Casein and Whey,Nougat, Butter flavor, Butter flavor Oil, Butter flavor Fat, Cheese flavor. FISH: Worcestershire sauce (anchovies), Sushi w/artificial Crab meat (Sea Sticks made from Pollack or Hake), Isinglass (clarification process for beer and wine using parts of a fish), Fish stock for stews. EGGS: Albumin, Globulin, Lecithin, Lysozyme, OvalBumin, Ovovitellin, Eggs: Dried, Powder, White, Yolk or Solid, Mayonnaise, Meringue, Salad dressing (all creamy textured), Meatballs, Breaded dishes, Egg wash: Pastries, crusts and Pasta dough. PEANUTS (LEGUMES): Alfalfa Sprouts, Bean Sprouts, Butter Beans, Black Eyed Beans, Haricot (string) Beans, Chick Peas/Garbanzo Beans, Lentils, Licorice, Carob Syrup, Gum E-414,E-413, Red Clover, Fenugreek, Tamarind and Tonka Ban. SHELLFISH: Scallops, Prawns, Crayfish, Spiny Lobster, Mudbugs, Langoustine, Scampi, Abalone, Squid, Octopus (Calamari, Cockle), Oysters, Mussels, Clams and Escargot (Snails). SOY: Miso, Edamame, Tamari, Tofu, Tempeh, MSG (Monosodium Glutamate), Vitamin E, Soy Milk, Flour Frits, Flour Meal, Flour Sprouts Flour Yogurt and Flour Sauce TREE NUTS: Cashews, Almonds, Pecans, Walnuts, Pine Nuts (Pesto), Hazelnuts, Chestnuts, Macadamia, Brazil, Nougat, Turron, Pralines, Marzipan, Baklava, Gianduja, Nutella, Almond extract, Winter Green extract, Granola Bars, Frozen dessarts, Flavored Coffee, Marinades, BBQ sauces. WHEAT/GLUTEN: Protein Issue to Grain, Globulin, Gliadin, ALubumin, Gluten, Flour (all-purpose, enriched, etc.), Semilona Flour, Durum Flour, Spelt, Kamut, Emmer, Bulgur, Couscous, Farina, Einkorn, Bread Crumbs, Cereal Label Precautions: Modified Food Starch, Vegetable Starch, Soy Sauce, Gelatinized Starch, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Wheatgerm, Bran, Malt, Sprout, Gluten.

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Great - I have enjoyed for over a year!

Passed on my last WW (deluxe- that I had used for almost two years) to a fellow server at our restaurant- dinner service- at a nice NW resort. She - had a particular- somewhat disorganized system. After two weeks - she brags about her WW organization. She says it feels good in her hand! I agree.

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The best invention ever for waitressing.

My sister told me about the waiter wallet and I figured I would try it out but thought I might just return it because, “why couldn’t I just use a simple notebook?” Well this product is a game changer and has exceeded my expectations. I don’t know how anyone on waitstaff lives without this amazing tool. It’s professional, and the makers of this product have anticipated every server’s needs. I LOVE IT! And my fellow servers were a little jealous. If you wait tables, this wallet is a must have.

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I absolutely love my waiter walet. Whether you work in a fancy restaurant or small hometown diner like I do, this thing is amazing. It is perfect for every situation and I will be using it forever. It is so well made and has everything you could ever need. The free templates are great and help me out so much. Love love love!!!