FARE News

Survey of Restaurant Workers Reveal Gaps in Food Allergy Practices

A team of federal, state and local environmental health specialists has found that fewer than half of restaurant managers – about 45 percent – have received food allergy training from their current employer. Food allergy training is less prevalent for other employees, with only 41 percent of food-workers and 33 percent of servers reporting that… Continue reading Survey of Restaurant Workers Reveal Gaps in Food Allergy Practices

FARE News

2017 FARE Vision Awards

The FARE Vision Awards recognize individuals and entities who work to make the vision of a safer world for people with food allergies a reality, and who support FARE in its mission to improve the quality of life and the health of individuals with food allergies, and to provide them hope through the promise of… Continue reading 2017 FARE Vision Awards

Community Outreach

Community Outreach Grants At Work: Southern Nevada

In 2014, FARE awarded more than $135,000 in grant support to 60 communities across the country to advance food allergy education, advocacy and awareness efforts as part of FARE’s 2014 Community Outreach Grants program. With these grants, FARE helps local food allergy leaders – support group leaders and FARE Walk for Food Allergy chairs –… Continue reading Community Outreach Grants At Work: Southern Nevada