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Those with peanut and nut allergies can breathe a little easier when they fly with WestJet. Changes to the airline’s food allergy policy mean that tree nuts and peanuts will no longer be served or sold on board.
Traveling with food allergies can be a challenge. One family makes it work by carrying a suitcase full of safe foods, cooking most meals and learning to adapt when things don’t go as planned.
Instead of letting life-threatening food allergies keep them home, the McKenzie-Davison family discovers how to vacation safely and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Follow these handy tips to minimize the risk of contact with food allergens while flying and ensure a safe and happy trip.