That's all fine and good.
But stop there. Don't let the next step be the wholesale removal of any food somebody just might be allergic towards.
People with allergies must take personal responsiblity for their conditions and not continually try to foist them onto others.
Some will call me a 'hater' some will say I'm insensitive - and that will prove my point. They'll say "no one is suggesting". But look around and you'll find many people ARE suggesting.
Many people with allergies do take care of themselves, but they are not the vocal ones who constantly push to ban one thing or another, who seek some perfectly sterile environment at the expense of others.
Just recall what happened with the new Dumbo walkways were revealed, with peanut shell impressions. Fake peanut shell impressions/patterns in concrete were said to cause children to spasm and cry in terror. There was an actual effort to get Disney to redo that concrete, to eliminate the "offensive" shell patterns.
Highlighting locations of medical services and equipment is fine - but again, stop there.
I agree it should stop there. It's true that many people need to carry epipens in case its needed. My nephew included. However, I think it's a win win marketing plan for the drug company that makes epipen and Disney. They can promote the product and I'm sure Disney was paid to do this. They market it to make it seem as important as AED and FirstAid. Also, I thought you have to have a prescribed epipen by a doctor for your specific allergy. I guess they made one we ALL can buy. I see right through this.
We have always carried our own epi pens to the Disney parks and still plan to do so. I'm not sure how to take the news. It seems that now people with severe allergies may leave their own pens at home thinking they can use Disney's supply and save some money (since they do cost a pretty penny).
I think Disney does a great job with allergies and does not need to NOT have certain foods. We always eat at the Plaza Restaurant and my daughter is treated like a princess.
I don't think there is any need to go any further. As everyone said, people with allergies need to take responsibility for their own health. We do and it works out fine.