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.
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Update to Safe Snack Guide: September 24, 2012

Please note that we have removed the following items from our Safe Snack Guide due to manufacturing/labeling/disclosure changes....
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Help Find a Cure for Food Allergy!

The incidence of food allergy in children is rising at an explosive rate. Now is your opportunity to do something about it: Help find a cure!

Virginia Epinephrine Law May Have Saved Student’s Life

A Virginia epinephrine law and quick thinking on the part of a school district official may have saved a student's life.

Mylan Announces Free EpiPens® for Schools Program

Mylan Specialty L.P., the distributors of EpiPen® brand epinephrine auto-injectors, have announced a new program allowing qualified schools to obtain EpiPens at no cost.

FDA Approves New Voice-Guided Epinephrine Auto-Injector

The FDA has approved a new, voice guided epinephrine auto-injector for emergency use to counter the effects of anaphylaxis.
Pretzel!

Update to Safe Snack Guide: August 13, 2012

We have removed two items from our Safe Snack Guide and clarified a third due to manufacturing/labeling changes.
Pretzel!

Update to Safe Snack Guide: June 5, 2012

We have removed two items from our Safe Snack Guide due to manufacturing/labeling changes.
University of Helsinki

Study: People Raised in Rural Environments Less Likely to Develop Allergies

A study conducted at the University of Helsinki confirms that people who grow up in rural environments are less likely to develop autoimmune and inflammatory diseases including allergies.

Preliminary Study Results: 6% of Americans Have History of Anaphylaxis

Based upon preliminary results of a well designed random telephone survey funded by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, 1 in 16 or 6% reported that they had had symptoms consistent with anaphylaxis at some point in their lives.

New Book Teaches Children About Food Allergies

We're pleased to announce the publication of a new book geared toward teaching young children about food allergies.

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