Mine restricts nothing which I find odd!
Our daycare does food so i dont have to worry about it on a daily basis.
Only restriction is when bringing in birthday cakes - no nuts
Ds2s day care started providing food last year which makes it easier for us, no allergies here but I'd hate to accidentally send something.
Our banned list is egg, nut and latex. Pretty simple compared to some.
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At my kids old preschool they only banned nuts. I think they banned dairy on one day a week (that my kids didn't go thank goodness) as there was a kid on that day who was allergic to dairy. At the time my DS1 only pretty much ate dairy, so I implored them that they not carry that ban over to other days.
I think banning nuts is reasonable. Not much else though IMO.
At DDs school they only ban nuts. But we're also asked not to have nuts in the morning too as one of the kids in the class has such a serious reaction. Poor little thing!
My kids primary and high schools have no food allergy restrictions. The kindy we use has no nuts, eggs and fish.
They reluctantly lifted the ban, as i offered to come in each lunchtime to help organize the kids into "food group tables" (all the dairy allergy kids at one table together, etc). And they started teaching the kids about allergy awareness and why they shouldnt share their food.
Our daycare provides all food. For birthdays we pay $6 and the bake a cake
In DDs kindergarten class there are 2 children with allergies. I don't pack egg, peanut butter, nuts, or Nutella. I don't find it difficult as my DD doesn't eat these things anyway, except for Nutella.
Edit - sorry just re read and saw the bit about banning foods because of tummy aches.... That's just silly haha
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