DELICARDO Foodcard is one of the proud recipients of the aha!award 2010 from the Swiss Allergy, Skin and Asthma Centre.

Following up on the success of being awarded the ECARF Quality Seal for products that help give back quality of life despite allergies by the European Centre for Allergy Research Foundation and the positive results of a recent customer survey, DELICARDO Foodcard has received the aha!award 2010 from the Swiss Allergy, Skin and Asthma Centre.

With the aha!award, a jury of doctors, members of aha! and representatives of the Swiss Ministry of Health recognize outstanding achievements and practical, innovative projects of high value for allergy affected. The non-profit foundation was founded in 2000 with the aim to offer information, advice and training for people who suffer from allergies or intolerances.

Simone Graebner, the CEO and founder of ENOMIS GmbH, developer of DELICARDO Foodcards, was in Bern to receive the prize. “I am very proud to receive this award and look forward to helping more allergy sufferers out there” said Simone Graebner in Bern. “Our aim is to improve the quality of life of those with adverse food reactions by making eating out and travelling easier and enjoyable again and receiving this award shows us that we are on the right track”.

The other recipients of the 2010 aha!award were Minca Huber, writer of a witty, insightful book for children about a young girl who suffers from neurodermatitis titled Carmelitta Badhösi and a special mention was given to Christian Bohren for his outstanding contributions to the fight against the invasive, highly allergenic ambrosia plant.

The size of a business card, DELICARDO Foodcards are made to be handed to a waiter or chef while placing an order at a restaurant while at home or abroad, making life easier for the allergy and food intolerance afflicted and hotel and gastronomy staff. You can find out more about DELICARDO Foodcards at www.delicardo.com.

More information about aha Switzerland can be found on their homepage www.ahaswiss.ch, which is available in French, German and Italian. ECARF is a Berlin based foundation whose homepage is available in German and English and can be found here www.ecarf.org.

The delicardo team.

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