Dave Bloom

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CEO & Co-Founder of SnackSafely.com and proud food allergy dad. Advocating for food allergy awareness and causes since the founding of SnackSafely.com in 2011. Dedicated to solving issues critical to the food allergy community by leveraging over 25 years of technical expertise gained serving various senior roles in the Financial Services industry. Authority on issues regarding the manufacture of allergy-friendly food products and founder of the SnackSafely.com Manufacturer Partnership, a consortium of food manufacturers now numbering 100+ companies that have agreed to provide detailed disclosure of their manufacturing processes beyond what the FDA requires.

Update to Safe Snack Guide: January 14, 2014 – Valentine’s Edition

The Valentine's edition of the Safe Snack Guide complete with a section of holiday themed goodies free of peanuts, tree nuts and eggs for the classroom and your home!

NJ Stock Epinephrine Bill Passes Assembly

New Jersey bill mandating epinephrine be stocked in every school passes to Senate.

Another Epinephrine Auto-Injector Co-Pay Assistance Option

$0 co-pay offer for generic epinephrine auto-injector available.

FARE Publishes Summary of 2014 Epinephrine Auto-Injector Offers

Auto-injector manufacturers are providing incentives to help consumers afford their products.

Change Coming to the Safe Snack Guide

A fundamental change is coming to the Safe Snack Guide with our next update. Please read for details.

US News Article: Planning an Allergy-Friendly Birthday Party

US News and World Report's Eat+Run section provides a valuable primer on how to plan a birthday party when children with food allergies will be in attendance.

New Year’s Resolutions for Teachers

Parents, share these resolutions with your child's teachers, school nurse and administrators.

New Year’s Resolutions for Parents

Are you a parent of a child with severe allergies? Make these New Year's resolutions and be sure to share with family and friends!

Don’t be a Statistic in the War on Anaphylaxis!

Team up with Rosie and click for a set of printable Take 2 Campaign flyers.

To Address Bullying, “ALLERGY Act” Introduced in Congress

Federal legislation to address food allergy bullying has been introduced in the House.

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