Tag: Lisa Gable

FARE at Congress

House Passes FASTER Act for Sesame Labeling, Awaits President’s Signature

Legislation requires that sesame be labeled on packaged foods; prioritizes food allergy research.
Oral Food Challenge

FARE Launches Global Research Competition to Develop a Safe, Compassionate Diagnostic...

$3 Million in prize money will inspire the world's leading food allergy researchers to put an end to the oral food challenge.
Congress

Food Allergy Safety, Treatment, Education and Research (FASTER) Act Introduced in...

Critical legislation would add sesame as a major allergen; prioritize food allergy research.
FARE Blueprint

FARE Unveils Blueprint to Address Racial Inequity in Food Allergy

Plan Aims to Expand Access to Testing and Care in Black, Latino and Indigenous Communities
FARE

FARE Announces Annual Food Allergy Awareness Week Programming for May 2021

Virtual series will run Sunday, May 9th through Saturday, May 15th.
US Senate

US Senate Passes FASTER Act, Brings Mandatory Sesame Labeling One Step...

S 3451 will add sesame as the ninth major allergen and prioritize food allergy research.
FARE Courage at Congress

US House of Representatives Unanimously Passes FASTER Act, Represents Significant Milestone...

Bill adds sesame as the ninth major allergen, require the federal government to analyze research opportunities to help develop more effective treatments for food allergy.
Emily Brown

Poor and Minority Children With Food Allergies Overlooked and in Danger

“Black and other minority patients often lack voice and visibility in the health care system. Add the additional burden of an invisible condition and you are in a really vulnerable position.”
Baby

FARE Launches SEED to Study and Promote Early Introduction of Allergenic...

Study will investigate whether feeding multiple allergenic foods to infants can reduce their risk for developing food allergies.
FARE 2020 Living Teal Summit

FARE Announces Living Teal™ Global Summit Speaker Lineup

Diverse roster of speakers and influencers to cover wide range of topics, reach new audiences, expand awareness of food allergies.