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Safe Eats® Desert Recipe Cookbook Contest
Attention, bakers, creators and dessert lovers! We'd like you to share your best, original allergy-friendly dessert recipes with the Kids With Food Allergies (KFA) community. Your recipe could be included in an upcoming KFA recipe e-Cookbook, Safe Eats® Desserts, and you'll have a chance to win prizes and the acclaim of your friends and family!

In partnership with So Delicious® Dairy Free, KFA is looking for the best vegan, peanut and tree nut free desserts to share with our community. Winning recipes will highlight creative and imaginative ways to prepare your allergy-friendly desserts. Submit your recipes by October 12th to be considered for selection in our e-Cookbook!

See our guidelines and a link to our official rules here: Safe Eats Desserts Recipe Cookbook Contest
Food Allergy News & Research

What Are Your Options for Epinephrine Auto-Injectors?

Epinephrine is a lifesaving medicine for people with severe allergies. It’s awful to think that some Americans have to choose between putting food on the table and putting an epinephrine auto-injector in their child’s backpack. We review current options as well as possible future devices. We also encourage you to read our tips on affording epinephrine.

PBS KIDS Continues to Teach Kids About Food Allergies

PBS continues to spread food allergy awareness with a new storyline in Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. The animated tiger develops a food allergy on the latest season of the popular series. Check your local listings for showings.

Milk Protein: The New Biodegradable Plastic for Food?

The USDA is researching edible food coverings made from milk protein. What will that mean if you are allergic to milk?

Wheat Allergy Warning: Hidden Places You May Find Wheat

If your child is allergic to wheat, you may know foods to avoid, like bread and pasta. We found some surprising places where wheat may hide, including a children's toy!

Miss Delaware Champions Food Allergy Awareness

As Miss Delaware, Amanda Debus brings allergy awareness to a national audience. Read more about Amanda's food allergy story and her advocacy efforts in her KFA interview.
Events

Look Who Is Coming to Our Biggest Food Allergy Event!


 
6abc's meteorologist Adam Joseph and the Phillie Phanatic are coming to our Strides For Safe Kids event on Saturday, September 17th. Adam will kick off our walk at 9:40am.

This exciting day will feature food allergy-friendly businesses and Certified asthma & allergy friendly® products and their manufacturers. Come out and meet other families struggling with asthma and food allergies and learn about new products and services that cater to your family's allergy needs.
 
To learn more about the fundraiser and to register, go to

StridesForSafeKids.org

Food Allergy Recalls
Alert - Food Allergy Recalls
9 New Recalls Due to Undeclared Allergens
Recalls include Snack Factory® Pretzel Crisps® for undeclared milk, Meijer brand No Salt Added Kettle Cooked Potato Chips for undeclared soy and milk, and croissants sold at Whole Foods Market® for undeclared egg. Don't miss important recall notices from the FDA and USDA and check your fridge and pantry!
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