2014 – The Year in Review


As we prepare to retire yet another empty calendar from the wall, we’re taking time to pause and reflect back on 2014. Here’s a selection of the top stories we brought you over the course of an eventful year filled with hope and loss.


The results of a number of studies were published, shedding light on the possible causes and advances in treatments of food allergy.

Learning from Tragedies

It was another awful year of reports of people succumbing to anaphylaxis. Rather than just report the slew of horrific news, we did our best to highlight details that might prevent other such tragedies.


SnackSafely.com issued advisories regarding age-old snacks and a new series of apps.


Legislative victories were earned in California and (hopefully) New Jersey with the passage of stock epinephrine bills, while important GMO labeling legislation failed in Vermont.


It was a terrific year for food allergy advocacy with many efforts on many fronts to bring the message and advance the cause.

SnackSafely.com Press Releases and Media Coverage

2014 was a wonderful year when we announced new services and initiatives and received attention from the media.


New Year Wishes

Our sincerest thanks for spending time with us this year. We wish all our readers a happy, healthy, safe and prosperous New Year, and may 2015 be the year that brings us safe, effective treatments – or better yet – a cure for food allergy!

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Dave Bloom
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Dave Bloom is CEO and "Blogger in Chief" of SnackSafely.com.

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