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Gluten-Free Cereal Manufacturer Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Glyphosate Content

Parody of Bob with RoundUp
Bob's Red Mill is the target of a suit claiming the manufacturer falsely advertises its oat products as healthy.
Baby OIT

ACAAI: Advice to Allergists Regarding Private Practice OIT

Although intended for allergists, a good read for families considering OIT as well.
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Study: C-Section Babies Run Increased Risk of Developing Food Allergies

Data shows children born by C-section run a 21% higher risk of developing food allergies than children born by vaginal delivery.
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Emerging Therapies

Company Developing Peanut Immunotherapy Toothpaste Meets with FDA

"INT301 has the potential to be the first allergy immunotherapy treatment that easily integrates into a person’s daily routine."
Nasal Spray

FDA Grants Fast Track Designation for Epinephrine Nasal Spray as Investigational...

"A significant milestone for INSYS and our clinical development of this novel drug-device combination.”
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Parenting Strategies

School Bus

Back-to-School Check: Did You Update Your Child’s Food Allergy Emergency Plan?

An important resource that takes much of the guesswork out of responding to your child's emergency.
EAT PSA Featuring Jerome Bettis

EAT Launches ‘Give and Go’ Public Service Announcement

PSA will air in movie theaters and online to promote action when anaphylactic reactions occur.

Labeling Insights

The Board

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?

That Allergen-Free Symbol: What It Really Means to the Consumer

Q: The symbol must mean it's safe for people with allergies to that ingredient, right? A: Not necessarily.
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SnackSafely.com Partner Manufacturers

Our growing partnership of companies that go beyond the FDA's requirements for allergen disclosure.

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Tools for Schools

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Allergence is a free service designed specifically for families coping with food allergies and celiac disease.

Take 2 Campaign

Did You Remind Your Teen to Take 2?

Let's end the constant stream of headlines that bring us news of yet another preventable tragedy!
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