TORONTO — Forty per cent of Restaurants Canada’s members have taken extra measures to address food allergies at their establishment in the past year, according to a recent survey by the foodservice association, so it makes sense that the EpiPen Emergency Kit is being offered to members via epipenkits.ca.
For a limited time, Restaurants Canada members can receive the EpiPen kit for free with the purchase of one EpiPen Auto-Injector online. “Our members take food allergies seriously,” said Garth Whyte, president and CEO of the Toronto-based Restaurants Canada. “They are looking for more information and resources to help them to safely serve customers with allergies, and this program is a significant new resource.”
The emergency kit is equipped with four EpiPen Auto-Injectors, emergency treatment information for anaphylactic reactions, a poster and storage instructions.
For more information, visit crfa.ca.