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Sample Custom Safe Snack Guide

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

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.
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SnackSafely.com Launches Custom Safe Snack Guides for Classrooms, Activities and Events

Feature that allows teachers, school nurses, and event planners to tailor custom snack guides to match the allergen restrictions of their students, participants and attendees.
Allergence Profile

This Weekend’s Allergence Upgrade Brings Changes to Profiles

Upgrade promises a faster, more streamlined user experience.
Food allergy Bloggers Conference

An Interview with Jenny Sprague, Founder of FABlogCon

All about the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference, an important resource for parents as well as bloggers.
SnackSafely.com School Sample and Offer Program

Press Release: SnackSafely.com and Partners Launch Free-From Sample Program for Schools

Program designed to provide free samples, offers and coupons to teachers, school nurses, cafeteria planners, administrators and PTAs.

SnackSafely.com Says: ‘Take That, Putin!’

SnackSafely.com communications are now secured with HTTPS. Go eavesdrop on someone else!

Press Release: Wise Foods Partners with SnackSafely.com for Greater Allergen Disclosure

Consumers can now research Wise’s portfolio of snacks to see exactly how each is manufactured with respect to 11 allergens.

Download Our Brochure: Food Allergy Resources for Home and School

Learn more about the free services we provide to help keep allergens out of the home and classroom.

Listen: Dave Bloom Discusses Kellogg’s Peanut Flour Debacle on the ‘Middays...

Skip to minute 25 of this hour-long segment to hear the discussion regarding Kellogg's.

Press Release: Kellogg’s: Don’t Add Peanut Flour to Existing Products

Products that were previously relied upon as “safe” alternatives for consumers with peanut allergies will soon pose a risk of anaphylaxis to those very same consumers, many of whom are children.

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