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Journeys' Food Policy

Journeys works very hard to provide safe and healthy food for participants on our trips. We can work with most any dietary restrictions. To ensure participant safety and comfort in the realm of eating, Journeys asks that people with certain dietary restrictions bring some of their own food to complement what will be provided.

Journeys works very hard to provide safe and healthy food for participants on our trips. We can work with most any dietary restrictions. Please note that Journeys can provide nut- and peanut-free food for a participant, but cannot provide an entirely nut-free trip (i.e. with no one else on the trip consuming nuts). The same is true for gluten.

To ensure participant safety and comfort in the realm of eating, Journeys asks that people with certain dietary restrictions bring some of their own food to complement what we are able to provide.

  • People with tree-nut allergies should bring their own snack bars. If sensitive to traces, you may also need to bring granola as well.
  • People with peanut allergies should bring their own snack bars and spread for sandwiches (peanut butter replacement).
  • People with wheat allergies should bring their own snack bars and gluten-free bread. People who are sensitive to traces of gluten may need to provide certain other items (e.g. gluten-free granola and oatmeal).
  • People with other dietary restrictions may be asked to bring certain other items to supplement the menu.

Please call the office (425) 485.7396 and talk with us about what to bring and how much of it to bring.

 

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