An Inspiring Food Allergy Resource: FABlogCon by Jenny Sprague

Start your own food allergy related blog? There's a conference for that!

An Inspiring Food Allergy Resource: The No Nut Traveler by Lianne Mandelbaum

A compendium of articles regarding airline policies related to food allergies. Before you book that next flight, check out the site.
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Study: Blocking Histamine Receptors Suppresses Intestinal Anaphylaxis Caused by Peanut Exposure

The findings could lead to new therapies for the prevention and treatment of food allergies.

An Inspiring Food Allergy Resource: Allergy Moms by Gina Clowes

Parents raising a child with allergies to adulthood as well as families coping with a new diagnosis will find her advice valuable and insightful.

End Allergies Together on NBC’s Today Show with Al Roker

The segment also provided a wonderful primer on food allergies for the uninitiated, complete with a description of the symptoms of reactions and anaphylaxis.

Study: Children with Food-Triggered Eczema At Risk for Life Threatening Food Allergy

Elimination of the trigger foods often resulted in an *increase* in immediate food reactions.

Restaurant Owner Sentenced to Six Years for Peanut Allergy Death

The prosecutor told the jury that Zaman had a "reckless and cavalier attitude to risk" and "put profit before safety" at all his outlets.
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An Inspiring Food Allergy Resource: The Stepping Stones to Food Allergies by Tracy Bush

An e-book that starts with the basics of transforming your kitchen, then goes on to provide you with recipes, substitution guides and much more.

An Inspiring Food Allergy Resource: Nutley the Nut-Free Squirrel by Stephanie Sorkin

A children's book that should be shared with everyone in a child's social circle.

The Dope on Snopes: a Big ‘Nope’

Snopes author Dan Evon played fast and loose with the facts with our Kellogg's retraction by adding a few myths of his own.

Shopping Allergy Friendly with the GFreeFoodie

KC takes us through the aisles of a supermarket showing us specifics on what to look for.

Retraction of Our Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Article

Our apologies to our readers for the error.
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Update to Safe Snack Guide: May 10, 2016

In light of Kellogg's recent decision, we are preemptively removing the company's products from the Guide.

Happy Mother’s Day, Superheroes!

We know who the real superheroes are!

An Inspiring Food Allergy Resource: Keeley McGuire Blog by Keeley McGuire

Allergy friendly and gluten-free lunches that are safe, nutritious, and fun to eat.

An Inspiring Food Allergy Resource: Preschool Food Allergy Handbook by Lee and Francoeur

An indispensable manual that provides guidance to parents and providers based on research, the law, and best practices.

Media Briefing: Kellogg’s Intentionally Adding Allergens to Products

This article is available as a PDF to make it easy to share with local media, parents, school nurses, teachers, and others that care for children with food allergies.

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