Sparta, NJ (PRWEB) October 22, 2009
The new gluten-free cards have been developed to help people with gluten intolerance improve communication when dining and purchasing meals. All of the cards feature English text describing what foods to avoid along with a picture of a stalk of wheat within the international prohibitory sign (red circle and slash). The European cards also have the English text translated into Spanish, French and Italian. The Asian cards have the English text translated into Chinese, Japanese and Thai. The card is laminated, simple to use and easy to carry, allowing travelers to keep them in their pocket or wallet to use when they are ordering meals at restaurants.
The Gluten-Free Asian and European Multi-Language card can be seen on the SelectWisely web site at:
In addition to foreign travel, the Gluten-Free Asia & Europe cards can be used in local dining at restaurants where international cuisines are served. All cards have English text, a picture and multiple language text allowing restaurant wait staff and kitchen staff who speak different languages to understand.
Available for resale
The new Gluten-Free Asian and European cards are available for distribution to other websites and retailers who wish to make them available to their customers. They are a perfect fit for consumer-focused areas of health, food, hospitality, medical and travel. Resellers should contact the sales department at SelectWisely for more information and pricing.
About the allergy and medical translation cards:
22 types of cards are currently available in the following categories:
Diabetes Emergency and Pharmacy
Vegetarian and Vegan
15 common languages are available (English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, etc), plus an additional 40 languages through our Special Order program. The Special Order program provides translations for unique food allergies and medical conditions in less common languages (Catalan, Vietnamese, Khmer, Croatian, Czech, Laotian and more).
Over 130 common food allergens are available including nuts, peanuts, wheat, milk, shellfish, soy, sesame and others. Additional non-food allergens are available for translation including latex, sulfites, MSG, bee stings and penicillin.
About the company:
Launched in 2004, SelectWisely offers individuals a simple way to communicate their food preferences and health related issues while traveling in foreign-speaking countries or dining in local restaurants. The SelectWisely web site allows customers with food allergies, food restrictions, dietary sensitivities or medical problems to create wallet-sized, laminated travel translation cards specific to their needs. Since 2004 the company has helped thousands of people in more than 20 countries around the world travel worry free with its customized cards. In 2006 the company expanded its services beyond food allergies to diabetes, asthma, drug allergies, lactose intolerance, gluten-free and other medical conditions.