This summer, I have to travel with someone, who has severe (life-threatening level) food allergies to dairy (milk), eggs and fish to Greece.
The person cannot drink cow's milk, but can safely drink soy milk. The person can also eat vegan meals if they are strictly vegan (no animal products are used in the ingredients and there is no cross contamination with milk, egg and fish).
So here come my questions:
I heard that I cannot bring in cow's milk even in check-in luggage - is that also true for soy or other types of milk?
If so, can you find soy milk in the supermarket there?
Can you find vegan food in the supermarket?
In the US (where I live), food manufacturers often list the possibilities of cross contamination with major allergens such as "may contain a trace amount of ..." on the package. How about food products sold in EU countries?
Thank you so much!!