Adding Insult to Injury: Kellogg’s Botches Warning to Allergic Consumers

Adding peanut flour to previously "safe" crackers was bad enough, but the company fails to warn consumers that the formulation has changed.

Is Kellogg’s Putting the Allergic at Risk to Avoid the Costs of the FSMA?

Peanut flour and other allergenic ingredients may be added to many other products depending upon the facility where they are manufactured.
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An Inspiring Food Allergy Resource: Go Dairy Free by Alisa Fleming

Recipes, reviews, dairy substitution guides, restaurant listings, and her bestselling book.

An Inspiring Food Allergy Resource: No Nuts Moms Group by Lisa Rutter

A national network of local playgroups and a collection of food allergy related chat and support groups.

Listen: Dave Bloom Discusses Kellogg’s Peanut Flour Debacle on the ‘Middays with Michelle Show’

Skip to minute 25 of this hour-long segment to hear the discussion regarding Kellogg's.

An Inspiring Food Allergy Resource: Nut Free Wok by Sharon Wong

Delicious recipes, personal insight, reviews, how-tos, and important news.

Kellogg’s: Potential for Injury, Illness and Death is a Cost of Doing Business

These are simply risk factors in a much larger calculation that affords little consideration of the human cost.
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Do Your 17 and Help Fund a Cure for Food Allergies

Important research is being conducted at a snail's pace or not at all due to the gap in funding, estimated at over $400 million each year.

Study: Emergency Room Visits Due to Anaphylaxis Double in 4 Year Span

The vast majority of anaphylaxis cases were triggered by food, principally peanuts and tree nuts.

Kellogg’s Responds to Petition with Even More Dangerous Plan

The company hastily threw together a plan in an effort to dampen the anger and concern that has is welling within the allergic community.

Kellogg’s #NoPeanutFlour Petition Reaches 20,000 Signatures, Company Remains Silent

Let's tell Kellogg's 'NO!' or face the possibility of the company adding peanut flour across more of their product line.

Australia: Risk of Anaphylaxis Soars But Auto-Injector Use Remains Stable

The highest rates occur in children four years-old and younger, but the greatest increase occurred in ages of 5–14.
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What We Learned from the Javier Avina Tragedy

A 10 year old boy from London Ontario passed due to food allergy, asthma, or both. We look at ways to prevent such tragedies from happening again.

Advisory: Undeclared Milk in Back to Nature Classic Crème Cookies

People with an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.

When a Manufacturer Says “Trust Us” Regarding Allergens

They're not REQUIRED to disclose the possibility of cross-contact with allergens. Should you trust them to?

Video: Kellogg’s Petition at 15,000 Signatures

See the video, then help get the word out to your family, friends, local media and Kelloggs!

Press Release: Kellogg’s: Don’t Add Peanut Flour to Existing Products

Products that were previously relied upon as “safe” alternatives for consumers with peanut allergies will soon pose a risk of anaphylaxis to those very same consumers, many of whom are children.

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