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“My son was scoped in the spring and subsequently diagnosed with EoE and celiac at that time. His EoE counts were very high - something like 80 and 100. He is also allergic to dairy, egg, tree nut, peanut, legumes, beef and poultry.”
“The JV/VARSITY team parents provide a pre-game meal to all of the boys for away games. The boosters also pack a lunch bag full of food for each boy for the bus ride home. Parents also make cookies and snacks galore to be passed around the bus. I asked to be a part of that process to make sure my son’s meal, snacks and bag of food are safe before he gets there to eat and if it isn’t to provide him with replacement food. They won’t let me do this, saying I’m trying to control what everyone else is going to eat and ‘that's simply not going to work.’”
There were 6 new recalls, including Schiff’s Italian Brand Meatballs (undeclared egg) and Colorado Nut Company Trail Mix Products (undeclared milk).
Recipes & Food
Mashed potatoes and gravy are family favorites at the holidays, and many recipes call for cream of mushroom soup. If managing milk, wheat and soy allergies, you can still serve safe, delicious versions of these popular foods. Follow these #SafeEats tips.
Support allergy education and research while you shop for the holidays. Show your favorite allergy-friendly cooks how much you appreciate them with our “Kiss the Allergy-Friendly Cook” apron and our Safe Eats® Desserts cookbook. Other items in our store, like our medicine bags and food allergy awareness bracelets, make great gifts and stocking stuffers too!
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