LiberEat offers app making it easier for people with food allergies find food in wake of coronavirus stockpiling.
“You might have the choice to eat gluten or dairy, but not everyone does,” says coeliac sufferer, Kirsty.
Aberdeen-based start-up LiberEat says its platform could help ease challenges for people with food allergies.
As the Covid-19 lockdown continues with currently no clear plans of when things will get back to normal, for food allergy sufferers one of the biggest concerns even before the lockdown has been to find safe products for them and their family due to dietary restrictions and allergies. The rush to stock up on food has put an extra strain on those with food allergies who rely on particular products, where exposure to the wrong foods could literally mean life or death, sending the sufferer into anaphylactic shock.
“I was doing my weekly shopping at ASDA and the entire baking section was empty. This meant...