KC Legacy LLC's name describes our company well. Our boys' middle initials are K and C and they are the primary motivation for us to create what we have. We want to leave them a legacy - but not just any legacy. Our company is focused on positively affecting people and helping those we can. These are the lessons we want to teach our boys and the ones we will hold as our core values as we continue to grow.
Currently, all the work is done by us - parents of a child with food allergies. As our needs change as a company, the people we employ will be those who hold our same core values and who also understand the importance of accuracy and empathy with food allergies.
Rather than look at each individual product at a store that was not designed for us and our needs, we took a step back and realized that we had the capability to build our own store that could be tailor-made for anybody's food needs.
Eat It You Can works by allowing you to set your food filter preferences and then search through our privately-managed database of products to custom build your own grocery store aisle. Tired of being frustrated and finding snacks that don't contain or were manufactured with an allergen? Simply type in 'snacks' to our search engine and the app will show you ONLY snacks that meet your allergen needs - while still in the comfort of your own home or wherever you are.
Products that you find will have links to the manufacturer and Amazon for more information or quick and easy on-line purchase. No need to stand in the grocery store sorting through dozens of products before you find one that fits you.
So what are you waiting for? In less than the time it takes to drive to the store, you can download our app and find foods that are safe for you and your loved ones.
Eat It You Can
Lincoln is the younger of our two sons and he has multiple food allergies - finding food products that were safe for him was a serious chore when we first found out! We searched for apps or other resources that could help us sift through the thousands of food products in the grocery store. Scanners were great - but you still had to look at each product individually while you stood in the grocery aisle for 10 minutes to find something new to try. There had to be a better way...