|The diet tag is the prefix for several diet:* keys to describe dietary options|
|Used on these elements|
|Tools for this tag|
All tags follow the structure
Only places that provide a proper choice for an option should be tagged yes. For instance, a restaurant with vegetarian starters but no vegetarian main course is to be tagged no. Same for a pub that can't serve more than light snacks (baked potatoes, green salad) to vegetarians.
There is discussion of using the value "limited" as well as yes/no/only, so as to be clearer about the difference between a total absence of options and merely limited options.
Places tagged as strictly vegetarian or vegan should be implicitly understood by renderers as also being kosher and halal.
To map a vegetarian-only Indian restaurant that also offers vegan dishes, use:
To map a supermarket that sells vegetarian foods use:
- OpenEcoMaps has a layer for "veggie and vegan food", using the diet tags, covering some towns and cities in the UK.
- SearchOSM.com has presets for diet tags.
- Add more maps here that show the above values.
Stats in taginfo
|Raw||Gluten Free||Dairy Free||Lactose Free|
- The original proposal is at Proposed_features/Vegetarian