I get rapid heart beat after eating, but not every meal. I have certain foods and drinks that I do not tolerate - intolerances, not allergies. These foods trigger the esophagus, stomach and sometimes the colon to spasm. I can get cardiovascular spasms too - one caused a small heart attack a few years ago. That was when I worked with an allergist to come up with a list of my food triggers.
The esophagus, stomach, heart, colon are all connected by the vagus nerve. What I get is called cardio-esophageal reflex, aka linked angina. You can google several scientific papers.
The important thing is to keep a good food journal to see if you can find food triggers which you can avoid. After coming up with a list of intolerances I googled them with "food allergies" and "food intolerances." All my foods and drinks happen to have sulfite in common. Other people have different intolerances - MSG, and others.
Even if you find no food sensitivities, at least keeping a food journal is easy, free, non-invasive, and a good way of keeping track of a diet.
One other thing triggers my heart into beating very fast: abdominal abscesses caused by a burst appendix. I just got out of the hospital after 2 surgeries. I had an abscess that was drained last year, which recurred and made me very ill. It had probably been kept under control by frequent antibiotics for sinus infections for a long time.