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Vegan Travel Easier

A trip-planning company will organize all your dietary needs when you travel.

Classic Journeys, a California-based trip-planning company that specializes in culinary and walking tours around the world, now makes it easier for travelers with dietary restrictions to ensure meals at every point of their vacation. When signing up for a trip with the company, which provides journeys including culinary tours in France, cultural walking tours in Cambodia, and more, participants fill out a food questionnaire. Classic Journeys will then contact chefs and restaurants in advance, so that anyone from vegan to gluten-free will have suitable food at every meal.

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