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Feed Me Too

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FeedMeToo is a Northern Beaches business that was originally developed as an online platform to enable cafes, restaurants, clubs and canteens to easily cater for customers with food allergies and help reduce the risk of customers being exposed to food allergens. With the advent of Covid-19 and foodservice venues shutting down or reducing operations, FeedMeToo had to pivot, and now offers allergy-friendly and vegan food direct to consumers through our partnership with Bundlfresh.
Annabel Selby-Jones founded FeedMeToo after being frustrated with the lack of dining out options available to two of her sons who have Coeliac Disease. With a background in food and health communications, and personal experience living with the challenges of food allergies, Annabel set out to help families like hers access tasty and safe food.
Australia has the highest rate of food allergies in the world. Around 30 per cent of Australians are avoiding food components such as gluten, dairy and meat. 1 in 70 Australians has Coeliac Disease and around 10 per cent of Australians have other food allergies.

Many food businesses are not well educated on properly handling food allergies. The chance for cross-contamination of food allergens in a busy kitchen is high. For example toasting allergy-free bread in a shared toaster, using normal flour near gluten-free food, cooking allergy-free chips in the same oil as other batter, use the same condiments for everyone, and cooking and serving gluten free pizza bases on the same tray, and with the same utensils as other pizza. Annabel knows from personal experience that food preparation practices like this are all too common, and eating contaminated food is not safe for people with food allergies.
FeedMeToo makes dealing with food allergies simple and helps reduce the risk of accidental ingestion. Annabel has carefully selected suppliers who understand the complexities of cross-contamination, and the products are prepared in specialist gluten-free kitchens. Most of the items are frozen so they retain their freshness – an issue with lots of gluten free bakery items.
Annabel hopes you enjoy her food as much as her family does.