Back-to-school food allergy to-do list

Time to prepare for going back to school – is your paperwork complete? Schedule that annual visit with the allergist now and make sure he/she completes the appropriate forms so that the school can administer epinephrine in case of an … Continue reading






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Why we started our food business: To make the lives of people with food allergies easier

We created our company not just to sell our cookies to customers, but hopefully also to bakeries and coffee shops so other parents could have a safe choice for their kids. If a bakery or coffee shop carried baked goods without eggs, without peanuts, without tree nuts, moms of kids with those allergies would resume patronizing them again.






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Food allergy safety at summer camp

Don’t drop the ball while your children are in camp these last few weeks






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You need to interpret food labels, not just read them

Whether you’re starting your own food brand or just trying to interpret food labels, you ought to be aware of FARRP.






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NYT still learning about food allergies

This Sunday’s NYT Magazine includes a food allergy article in “Cooking With Dexter.” While the choice of a recipe including shrimp and crab meat might be regrettable, this article will give food allergies good visibility.






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New food allergy restaurant guide launched

From the Norwich Bulletin comes news of an online restaurant directory, Allergy Eats, which rates restaurants on their food allergy friendliness. Crowd sourced information needs crowds, so become a member and contribute. Allergy Eats blog






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