Privacy & Disclaimer
The privacy of our visitors is important to us. By visiting the Everyday Allergen Free website, our visitors agree to the following:
- The recipes presented are developed by Amanda Orlando unless otherwise stated.
- No purchase is necessary and we do not collect any billing information from our readers.
- At Everyday Allergen-Free, we recognize that privacy of your personal information is important. Here is information on what types of personal information we receive and collect when you use and visit Everyday Allergen-Free, and how we safeguard your information.
- We never sell your personal information to third parties.
- We do use Google Analytics however to cater our content to readers like you.
- Log Files - As with most other websites, we collect and use the data contained in log files. The information in the log files includeyour IP (internet protocol) address, your ISP (internet service provider, such as AOL or Shaw Cable), the browser you used to visit our site (such as Internet Explorer or Firefox), the time you visited our site and which pages you visited throughout our site.
- All recipes are usually catered to Amanda's food allergies only and must be reviewed carefully before preparation to ensure they fit your dietary restrictions.
- All Cookbook reviews are not paid for by cookbook authors. Authors are usually invited by the EAF team however to join us on set at their own discretion.
- All sponsored content will always be clearly indicated.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Everyday Allergen-Free a healthy-only website?
As much as we try to keep a healthy diet, we know how rewarding and satisfying a few indulgences are and so often include options for all palettes.
Do you count calories?
The focus of this website is to encourage teens and young adults to speak about about having food allergies and be confident in doing so so we do not focus on the calories in our meals nor do we detail diet information. Please speak with your nutritionist, dietician or doctor for any specific health concerns you may want to address.
Can I use your photo or recipes on my blog?
Absolutely, you are encouraged to share our photos and recipes as long as you give credit to the original piece. Each piece on the EAF website takes careful consideration and time to produce so a link back to the original page on the EAF website is highly recommended when using content from this website.
I have food allergies, can I guest post on your website?
You certainly can, we have a space dedicated to accepting submissions from readers like you. See here.
Can you review or giveaway my product?
The products we review must be in line with our brand and we must be able to try the product first for safety reasons first and foremost before we can recommend it to our readers. We do giveaways frequently and use Rafflecopter, details can be found below.
Do you endorse allergy testing apps or new products?
Unfortunately the room for err is quite wide when it comes to self-allergy testing applications so far so we cannot endorse products through any form of testing, beta or otherwise.
- You must be 18+ (or the age of majority in your place of residence) to enter giveaway
- Odds of winning are dependent on the amount of entries received.
- Giveaways may end and/or be cancelled without notice.
- All giveaways winners are chosen via Rafflecopter.
- Per Canadian regulations, winners must answer a Skill Testing Question (STQ). Failure to answer STQ correctly will result in disqualification & another winner will be chosen.
- Winners must respond within 48 hours to the email announcing their win (unless otherwise noted in giveaway rules). If the response is not received within that time period, another entrant will be chosen.
- Everyday Allergen-Free will not be held responsible in the unlikely event that a winner does not receive a prize from a sponsor in the event of a sponsored giveaway. Everyday Allergen-Free will do everything possible to help ensure winners receive their prizes within a timely manner.