Food plays a big role in Easter and Passover traditions. With the right planning, you can honor traditions while feeding your child safe foods and creating an inclusive holiday. Follow these guides for allergy-friendly treats and celebrations.
KFA just got back from Natural Products Expo West, an event where new food products are showcased every year. We found several new allergy-friendly foods that will be coming on the market soon. Check us out on Instagram for a sneak peek at some of the new foods we found. And watch our blog for more information coming soon.
AllergyEats, a popular guide to allergy-friendly restaurants, has published their 2018 list of the most allergy-friendly restaurant chains. Are your favorites on the list?
News & Research
AAAAI Releases the Results of Several Studies on Food Allergies
The 2018 American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) and World Allergy Organization (WAO) Joint Congress was recently held in Orlando, Florida. During the conference, AAAAI released the results of several new studies on food allergies.
The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association released a report on a study on allergies in children. The report showed a general increase in allergies from 2010 to 2016. It also showed an increase in severe allergic reactions and related emergency room visits.
We love when others are willing to accommodate our kids with food allergies. But sometimes, it’s just not possible. Have you had a time when someone insisted on providing food for your child but it just wasn’t going to work?
It’s because of donors like you that we’re able to teach families how to adjust to a new diagnosis of food allergy – and how to send their children off to school safely. Families can find information, understanding, support and hope for managing food allergies day-to-day.
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