Traveling is stressful enough as it is, but add in the extra worry of safely eating gluten-free away from home, and travel can seem downright impossible. Here at NFCA, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to live life to the fullest, and that includes travel! Anna Sonnenberg, of the blog Gluten-Free Jet Set, and Erin Smith, of the blog Gluten-Free Globetrotter, will join us on March 19th to give their best tips for gluten-free travel. Learn what to pack in case you find yourself in a pinch, how to work with hotels and airlines to get gluten-free accommodations, and much more! Whether you’re someone who likes to plan out every detail or wing it, this free webinar is for you! Tune in, and see what adventures await.
Anna Sonnenberg is a food and travel writer who has traveled gluten-free since receiving a celiac diagnosis in 2012. Altogether, she has visited 42 states, 17 countries, and 4 continents, and she has planned and researched gluten-free travel in hundreds of cities. Anna launched Gluten-Free Jet Set in 2013 to share travel advice, gluten-free product reviews, and tips for navigating a healthy, full gluten-free life. In 2015, she will publish the first in a series of gluten-free travel guides to cities worldwide.
Erin Smith was diagnosed with celiac disease in 1981, so she has been eating gluten-free almost her entire life, and all of Erin's travels have always been gluten-free. Erin has a unique perspective of growing up in the gluten-free community. She is passionate about sharing her experiences and expertise with others. She's been to 27 states, 18 countries, 3 continents, and always remains 100% gluten-free!
Erin has been writing her gluten-free lifestyle website Gluten-Free Fun since 2007. In 2011, she launched Gluten-Free Globetrotter™ during a trip in the Czech Republic. Gluten-Free Globetrotter is a website that encourages those with celiac disease to travel the world and not be scared about eating gluten-free domestically and abroad. This website shares personal travel stories, gluten-free travel tips, international celiac resources, itinerary planning assistance, and positive reinforcement to those who are gluten-free and want to travel the globe. When she is not gluten-free globetrotting, Erin is the lead organizer of the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup group.