Allergen Strategies

Allergen Strategies

Food Allergy Canada Launches Online Training Course for Child Care Professionals

We urge you to take the course and insist others that care for your child do so as well.

Two Food Allergy Resources to Help You Bake for the Holidays

Are you baking for Purim, Easter or an upcoming birthday and are concerned for specific allergens? Don’t forget these two free resources at your disposal.

Updated CDC Flu Vaccine Guidelines for People with Egg Allergy

If you or your child have egg allergy, discuss these recommendations with your allergist.

Dine Aware Tips: Avoiding Cross-Contact with Utensils

Paula Cooper provides some common sense tips to help prevent cross-contact in the kitchen.

Media Briefing: Kellogg’s Intentionally Adding Allergens to Products

This article is available as a PDF to make it easy to share with local media, parents, school nurses, teachers, and others that care for children with food allergies.

Listen: SnackSafely.com CEO Dave Bloom on WPG Talk Radio’s “Middays with Michelle Show”

A half hour segment devoted entirely to issues of relevance to families coping with food allergies.

Relieving Anxiety in Children: The Proximity Food Challenge

Discuss with the allergist to determine whether such a challenge makes sense for your anxious child.

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?

Update on the Manufacture of Oreos with Respect to Peanuts and Tree Nuts

We received numerous inquiries asking whether we had an update to our 2014 article. You asked so we asked.

Editorial: Urine is NOT an Allergen Covered by FALCPA

While we may have taken liberties with the title, we leave you with an important question about allergens and manufacturing.

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