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How is the Safe Snack Guide researched and vetted?

We have changed the way the Safe Snack Guide is vetted. We previously relied upon periodic product surveys where we would read individual product...
MiniJect Auto-Injector

Miniature Epinephrine Auto-Injector Takes Next Step Toward Commercialization

Device promises smaller form-factor and better temperature stability.
The Holiday Edition of the Safe Snack Guide

Announcing the Holiday Edition of The Safe Snack Guide to Help You Plan a...

Allergy-friendly gifts, festive products to serve at your celebration and baking supplies to make your own holiday creation!
Belay & Elijah-Alavi

New State Law Raises Bar for How Daycare Centers Keep Kids with Food Allergies...

The Elijah-Alavi Foundation and Belay partner to help daycares conform with the new guidelines.
Thin Mints

Some Thin Mints Girl Scout Cookies Now Carry Peanut, Milk and Coconut Warning

Label warning will only appear on Thin Mints from one of two licensed manufacturers.
Update to Safe Snack Guide and Allergence!

Update to Safe Snack Guide and Allergence!

Tons of new peanut, tree nut and Top 8 allergen-free products!
Spokin Advisory

Spokin's Omission of Crucial Allergen Processing Information Puts Allergic Individuals at Risk

Users are cautioned not to rely on the app and instead call the respective product manufacturers to confirm allergen processing information for themselves.
SSG Halloween 2019

Halloween 2019 Edition of the Safe Snack Guide!

With a huge section of peanut, tree nut, and Top 8 allergen-free Halloween treats!
Sample Custom Safe Snack Guide

500th Custom Safe Snack Guide Created by Teachers, School Nurses, PTAs, Parents in 3...

The ability to create custom Safe Snack Guides that list foods free of any combination of 11 allergens is proving popular with schools, scout troops, youth sports leagues and parents.

Advisory: Sixlets Candies in Halloween Packaging

The "Classroom Safe" callout may lead consumers to assume the product is safe from the "Top 8" allergens when the product contains milk and soy.