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Food Exec to Spend $25 Million Against Own Industry?

WaPo article provides a great explanation for why the Big Food lobby is not acting in your best interest.

Report: Panel Urges Revamp of Allergen Label Warnings

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine recommends changes to our ambiguous system of voluntary labeling.

Study: Confusing Food Labels Place Allergic Consumers At Risk

"Our findings underscore the challenges people with food allergies face in deciding if a food product is safe to eat."

What We Learned from the Ronak Warty Tragedy

We look back on Ronak's story to see how we might prevent similar occurrences in the future.

Kellogg’s, Unintended Consequences, and the Death of ‘May Contain’

Large food manufacturers are implementing fundamental changes in anticipation of FSMA directives. Is that a good thing?

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.

Adding Insult to Injury: Kellogg’s Botches Warning to Allergic Consumers

Adding peanut flour to previously "safe" crackers was bad enough, but the company fails to warn consumers that the formulation has changed.

Is Kellogg’s Putting the Allergic at Risk to Avoid the Costs of the FSMA?

Peanut flour and other allergenic ingredients may be added to many other products depending upon the facility where they are manufactured.

Kellogg’s Responds to Petition with Even More Dangerous Plan

The company hastily threw together a plan in an effort to dampen the anger and concern that has is welling within the allergic community.

Advisory: Undeclared Milk in Back to Nature Classic Crème Cookies

People with an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume this product.

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