How do I say “I have a nut allergy” in French?
Planning a trip to a French speaking country and need to know how to say tree nuts in French? Don’t take a chance with an online translator app that will simply state “tree nut allergy in French” through an algorithm. Communicate your allergy in French accurately with confidence in order for others to take it seriously. Our French allergy cards is one of our bestsellers partly because France is one of the world’s most popular travel destinations. Our mission is to help people not only enjoy the Eiffel Tower, but the incredible local food France has to offer!
We have spent time and research finding the most effective way in communicating a nut allergy in French. It’s important that it conveys your message in a way foodservice staff understand. We provide food allergy translation cards that feature professional human translations. Our allergy cards in French are accurate, reliable and trusted.
Not only do our food allergy cards state “I am allergic to nuts” in French, but they detail specific types of tree nuts so restaurant staff know exactly what tree nuts you need to avoid. We believe that when stating that you are allergic to nuts in French, it’s important to be as detailed as possible.
If you have never used a translation card before, you’ll be surprised by how grateful foodservice staff are when they receive one! Restaurants aim to please, and a French allergy card helps bridge any uncertainty surrounding your order.
Peanut in French
If you are also need to communicate that you have a peanut allergy in French, we have a combination peanut and tree nut allergy card where you can feature both allergies in French.
You will be able to print unlimited copies of your French allergy cards to provide to restaurant staff. Your allergy translation cards are also available in our allergy translation app available on both iOS and Android. If France is only one destination in a bigger travel adventure, check out all of our food allergy chef cards.
Looking for recommendations on allergy-safe spots to eat in France? We also encourage you to visit www.allergytravels.com and its thriving Facebook Group to get more tips on staying safe at your specific destination.