I have been to Aruba about a dozen times and am planning another trip in January with my boyfriend. He is severely allergic to fish and/or seafood. So much so that he cannot be in a room where food is cooking, he cannot touch it, and he certainly cannot eat any. Any contact to fish or inhaling cooking fish causes his throat to close. He is unsure exactly what fish he is allergic to - if there are any specific types.
With that said, in the US, he has no problems going to restaurants which serve seafood because of the US' cross-contamination rules. But we are worried about whether or not Aruba has such standards. Can anyone shed some light on this?
Prior to our trip he will see an allergist to get a doctor's opinion (and an epiPen just in case), but it would be helpful to know if Aruba has any standards in place like the US does.