Having trouble viewing this message? View this email in a browser.
Share Share
Tweet Tweet
Forward Forward

Allergy-Friendly Recipes for the Big Game

Millions of people will watch the Super Bowl this weekend. And those people will be hungry. So why not serve your football fans allergy-friendly treats from KFA's Safe Eats® Allergy-Friendly Recipe Collection? We have nearly 1,500 recipes submitted from our community members. If you want to serve finger foods and appetizers, soup or chili, or a full dinner, we have options for you. And for dessert, make these yummy Chewy Cookie Footballs, made without the most common allergens.

A plate of football-shaped cookies

Allergy-Friendly Treats Made With Love

Valentine's Day is almost here, but there's still time to make some sweet, allergy-friendly treats for your loved ones. Follow along with our friend Elena as she makes delicious sweets that don't contain many of the most common allergens.

Picture of a girl holding chocolate buckeye candy made without peanuts and milk
Chocolate Buckeyes - made without egg, fish, gluten, milk, peanut, sesame, soy, shellfish, tree nuts, and wheat
A picture of allergy-friendly Monkey Munch snack mix
Monkey Munch - made without egg, fish, gluten, milk, peanut, sesame, soy, shellfish, tree nuts, and wheat


Update: COVID-19 Vaccine Info for People With Food Allergies

Cases of COVID-19 in children have been rising. If you have questions about vaccination for your child, call your doctor. The CDC updated its guidelines for COVID-19 vaccines and boosters for people ages 5 and older. Read the latest info. 

Peanut Oral Immunotherapy (OIT) Effective in Toddlers Ages 1 to 3 in Clinical Trial

A study from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) found that OIT reduced sensitivity to peanut in many children. For a small number of children, it even caused their peanut allergy to go into remission. Read more about the study.

Nucala (Mepolizumab) Prefilled Syringe Approved for Children Ages 6 to 11 With Severe Eosinophilic Asthma

The FDA approved a prefilled syringe of NUCALA (a biologic treatment) for child with severe eosinophilic asthma. This will make the treatment more convenient for parents to give to their children at home. Read the press release.


Support Is an Important Part of Food Allergy Management

A food allergy support community can be a valuable way to help you deal with the stress of managing your child's food allergies. At KFA, we want to give you the encouragement and tools you need to reduce the burden of food allergies. See all our community has to offer and learn how you can get involved.

Picture of a man, woman, and child

Check out these popular topics on our community support forums. Do you have any thoughts or advice to share? If you aren't a member, join our community to ask your own questions and connect with other parents managing food allergies.


What Are Your Valentine's Day Plans?

Do you have an special allergy-friendly Valentine's plans? Read some tips for navigating Valentine's Day with food allergies and share ideas of your own.


Managing Severe Food Allergies and EoE

One mom is looking for insight on feeding her toddler who is allergic to multiple foods and has eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), as well as how to manage the stress that comes with it. Do you have any advice and encouragement to share?


What Can I Cook?

Deciding what to cook is a never-ending challenge for most parents. But it can be even trickier when you're managing multiple food allergies! What meal ideas do you have for this community member who is trying to find a variety of foods to feed her little one?


3 New Recalls and Product Alerts Due to Undeclared Allergens

Amy's Kitchen Vegan Organic Rice Mac & Cheeze (undeclared milk) and Wish-Bone® Thousand Island and Chunky Blue Cheese Dressings (undeclared egg) are among the foods recently recalled. Be sure to check our list of recent recalls.


Food allergies can be daunting. But they can be managed with the right resources and support. KFA is here to help families manage food allergies with confidence. We provide a vital lifeline through support, advocacy, education, and research.
You are why we can fulfill our mission to save lives and reduce the burden of food allergies. We need your help to be able to continue our work. Please consider supporting KFA and making a difference in the lives of families managing food allergies.


Did You Miss Our Last Issue?

If you didn't get a chance to read our January 2022 issue, check it out to learn more about spices and food allergy, how to report a food allergy reaction, food allergy advocacy recap, and more.

Thank you for your continued support.
Kids With Food Allergies is the food allergy division of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. 

Follow Follow
Twitter Twitter
Instagram Instagram
YouTube YouTube
Disclaimer: This newsletter is provided to you as a member and subscriber benefit and your use of it is in accordance with our website's terms of service.

Kids With Food Allergies makes no representation, whatsoever, for the contents that may be contained in any of the sponsors or advertisers in this newsletter or the quality of any products, information, or other materials displayed, purchased or obtained by you as a result of an offer in connection with any advertisement. 

Please follow the instructions at the bottom of the newsletter to unsubscribe if you no longer wish to be on our newsletter mailing list. This newsletter is sent to all newsletter subscribers and registered members of Kids With Food Allergies.

Copyright © 2022 Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, All rights reserved. ISSN 1939-8166.