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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. Your donation allows families to find information, understanding, support and hope they need to manage food allergies day-to-day.

This education and support would not be possible without your generous help. Your gift will be life-changing and lifesaving. Donate now to our end-of-year giving campaign. Thank you!
Does your family have food allergies?  We invite you to help guide the future of food allergy research by joining our new Food Allergy Patient & Family Registry. You can help improve the quality of life for you, your family and the millions of others living with food allergies. Registration is easy, and participation is both voluntary and free.
With support from AAFA, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released a monumental report that makes recommendations to increase our understanding of and approach to food allergies. 

“This comprehensive report from the National Academies is a major step forward in our knowledge and understanding of how food allergy affects society,” said Cary Sennett, MD, PhD, FACP, AAFA’s President and CEO. “It provides a roadmap for those of us working every day to improve the lives of families with food allergy.”

The report notes that food allergy is a significant public health issue, and makes recommendations to increase public safety regarding food allergy and to improve the quality of life for those with food allergies.
What is the link between the organisms in an infant’s gut and asthma and allergies? A community of bacteria and other small organisms is a "microbiome". The gut microbiome is different in children with food allergies, asthma and eczema. Read more about what two recent studies said about this issue.
Kids With Food Allergies (KFA) is proud to announce that it has been honored once again by GreatNonprofits as a Top-Rated Nonprofit for 2016. GreatNonprofits has awarded KFA this honor every year since 2012.
Your December Food Allergy Resource Guide 
Are you visiting loved ones for the holidays? When you have a child with food allergies, take extra time to plan ahead. Follow our eight travel tips to help avoid reactions so you don’t miss out on any holiday fun.
December is a whirlwind of activity for many families. If you manage food allergies, planning is key during the Christmas season. It will help you enjoy your family time to the fullest. Here are some tips for that most joyous time of year.
Chanukah is an exciting holiday for children. They look forward to the candles, games, gifts and parties. Since many Chanukah celebrations center around food, it takes extra planning to make sure everyone has a safe and happy holiday. Download and share our new Chanukah handout (PDF) with friends, family and teachers for a safe and joyous celebration.
Food Allergy Recalls
Food Allergy Recalls Alert

12 Recalls Due to Undeclared Allergens

Recalls include Heinz HomeStyle Bistro Au Jus Gravy for undeclared milk and soy, and Calbee Snap Pea Crisps for undeclared milk. Don't miss important recall notices from the FDA and USDA and check your fridge and pantry!
Allergy-Friendly Holiday Recipes
Dairy-Free Hot Chocolate
Rice Nog
Egg-Free, Milk-Free, Gluten-Free Thumbprint Cookies
Egg-Free Holiday Cookies
Apple Fried Dough
Yael's Challah
Gluten-Free Raised Doughnuts
Tastes-Like Cinnabon Rolls
Cranberry Millet Bread
Gluten Free Raisin Bread
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