Attending a baseball game is a long-standing summer tradition for many individuals and families. More and more baseball teams are recognizing that attending a game is challenging for people with peanut allergies and now offer special peanut-aware events. The Oakland A’s have even gone so far as to offer a dedicated peanut-sensitive suite at… Continue reading 2017 Peanut-Sensitive Baseball Games
FARE wants to hear about how you plan to stay Safe for the Summer with your Food Allergy Action Hero. Enter our contest by July 5, 2017 for a chance to win some Safe for the Summer swag! How to Enter Snap a photo of your Food Allergy Action Hero (Boy or Girl). Upload it… Continue reading Enter to Win the #FARESummerAdventure Contest!
Guest blog post from Teen Advisory Group member Reva Dixit. The days are warm, crisp, and long. The sun shines brighter than ever. School is over and summer is here. With the arrival of summer also comes beach days, house parties, and above all, traveling. I remember my first time traveling to India via Air… Continue reading Summer Travel Tips: A Teen’s Perspective
Guest author Jennifer Studer Daley Since I was diagnosed with food allergies over five years ago, I have struggled to educate a handful of family and friends on the lifestyle changes I’ve had to make and may continue to make. Below you will find what I’ve discovered are the best ways for instructing your loved… Continue reading Tips for Educating Your Friends and Family About Food Allergies
Updated 6/19/2017. The USDA and FDA issued multiple recall alerts this weekend due to the possible presence of undeclared milk in breadcrumbs that companies received and used in their products. The affected companies are Conagra Foods, Tyson Food, Pork King Sausage, Gourmet Boutique, Advance Pierre Foods, Packer Avenue Foods, Giant Eagle, Slade Gorton, Joseph Seviroli… Continue reading Milk Allergy Alert: Multiple Companies Issue Recalls
Last month, thousands of people around the country raised awareness by recognizing our 20th Food Allergy Awareness Week! Food Allergy Awareness Week was launched in 1998 to help raise awareness about the severity of food allergy and it has grown every year. Here are a few highlights from this year’s event. 1. Legislators in 31 states… Continue reading A Look Back at Food Allergy Awareness Week 2017
In our May 24, 2017 webinar, “From Sleepovers to College: Coaching your Food-Allergic Child to Independence,” Denise Bunning traces her family’s food allergy journey and her sons’ food allergy travels. This upbeat presentation offers helpful tips for parents of children with food allergies, showing how the skills mastered on an overnight class trip to the… Continue reading Webinar Recording and Recap: From Sleepovers to College: Coaching your Food-Allergic Child to Independence