Tag: Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE)

Teal Pumpkin Project

This Halloween, Participate in the Teal Pumpkin Project and Add Your...

A simple way to make trick-or-treating safer and more inclusive for the one in 13 children living with food allergies.
Zacky's Law

Zacky’s Bill to Help Prevent Anaphylaxis in Schools Signed into Law...

Zacky’s Bill (California Assembly Bill 2640) was officially signed into law today by Governor Gavin Newsome. This bill requires the State Department of Education to...

SnackSafely.com Delivers Petition to Key Legislators Advocating Stronger Allergen Labeling Regulations

The petition with over 12,300 signatures calls out to five legislators who previously supported the Food Labeling Modernization Act of 2021. It proposes three...

Food Allergy KidVid: “In Their Own Words — Kids Living with...

A great resource for your young child with food allergies as well as their family, friends, and classmates.
Peanut Butter

This Weekend, Food Allergy Harassment Hit Home

"Everything was smooth sailing until I received the call on Sunday..."
Weiser Gift to Support Sung Poblete in New Role as FARE CEO

$2M Weiser Family Gift Provides Generous Support to FARE’s New CEO

Monies pledged will drive new research and initiatives benefitting the food allergy community.
Heather and Reese Langer

Mom Recounts Tragic Loss of Her Daughter to Spread Awareness for...

Reese Strong Foundation raises awareness of the danger of food allergies.
Dr Sung Poblete FARE CEO

Food Allergy Research and Education Names Permanent CEO

Extensive Search Culminates in New Leadership for Flagship Food Allergy Organization.
Federal Budget Allocations for Food Allergy

This Year’s Federal Budget Increases Spending For Food Allergy Research and...

Budget includes millions of dollars to increase food allergy research funding and protect children with food allergies.
Dr Bruce Roberts

FARE’s Interim CEO Takes the Reigns with a Message to the...

"I want to personally reach out to all of you who are so actively involved in our food-allergy community."