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Our New Website Helps Families Deal with the Health Challenges of Food Allergies

KFA is thrilled to announce we have a new website designed just for you. Our new mobile-friendly website is organized in a way that makes it easy to use for families, health care providers, schools and others. All of our resources have been recently written, edited, or approved by our medical advisors.


Check out www.kidswithfoodallergies.org.


• Living with Food Allergies: Practical resources and medically accurate information about managing food allergies day-to-day. 

• Recipes and Diet: Our Safe Eats™ searchable recipe database will help you put dinner on the table tonight. We have added many new features to our recipes!

• Community: Join and participate in the nation’s largest and most active online community for families raising children with food allergies. 

• Get Involved: There are no people more passionate about improving the lives of children with food allergies than the children's parents and caregivers. Get involved today by volunteering your time or expertise, setting up a fundraiser to support KFA, or taking action on advocacy issues.

This redesign is a first step in an exciting new phase for KFA as a division of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Our programs will continue to focus on keeping children safe and healthy and improving the quality of life for children and their families.

KFA extends its sincere gratitude to Sanofi US for its support of the web site redesign project. Sanofi US provided in-kind support consisting of access to an outstanding project management team in Sanofi’s IS (Information Solutions) department and the technical expertise of Intouch Solutions Inc. of Kansas City. Together, Sanofi and Intouch Solutions provided expert advice and contributed to the development of the new KFA website, which will allow KFA to better serve the needs of families raising children with food allergies.

 

Sponsor
Mylan Specialty has launched a series of new offerings available through the EpiPen4Schools® program to support the growing need for education among school staff about anaphylaxis, a life-threatening allergic reaction. Visit EpiPen4Schools.com to find out more.
Announcements

Tips to Safely Celebrate Easter with Food Allergies and Passover with Food Allergies

If you are managing food allergies, these guides will help you create safe, fun, and meaningful celebrations.

Teen-Created Art Mural Spotlights KFA Anniversary

KFA is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a specially commissioned piece of artwork. The art is being created by teenagers from a Maryland-based organization, Arts on the Block (AOB).
 

News & Research
Recipes and Food

Looking for allergy-friendly recipes?

Check out our redesigned recipes section! Don't forget to rate the recipes you make or submit your own recipes to our collection.

Safe Eats™ Recipes
Allergy-Friendly Recipes for Your Easter Menu
Allergy-Friendly Easter Candy Guide for 2015
New Food Find: PASCHA Adds Mini Bars, Chocolate Spread, Chips to Product Line 
New Food Find: Follow Your Heart Creates Cheese Free of Dairy, Soy and Peas
Webinars

Nutrition Concerns for Food Allergies

Tues, March 31, 1 pm EST

Removing foods from your child can lead to the loss of important nutrients. Debra Indorato, RD, LDN will discuss essential nutrition information.
 

 

Support Forums

Emergency Food Options

"My biggest hurdle is protein sources for our allergy set - dairy, peanuts, and eggs. So what proteins do you pack in your emergency stash?"

WholeSoy Yogurt Co. Ceasing Operations

The company says it will be ceasing operations at the end of this month.
Food Allergy Recalls

17 New Recalls Due to Undeclared Allergens

Allergy Buyers' Guide
Check out these allergy-friendly business supporters of KFA!
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