In 1998, the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network, now FARE, created Food Allergy Awareness Week to educate the public about food allergies, a potentially life-threatening medical condition. Nearly two decades later, FARE is expanding this year's Food Allergy Awareness Week by declaring the entire month of May as Food Allergy Action Month. This is a special opportunity to shine a spotlight on food allergies and anaphylaxis. There are many easy ways you can get involved in raising awareness, educating others and inspiring action.

 

What can you can do to raise awareness, educate others and inspire action to support the food allergy community? Whether it's in a school, online, or in your community, we encourage everyone to get involved! Here are things you can do to get involved!

Food Allergy Action Month Calendar

Raising awareness about food allergies is critical, and it requires us all to take action. We are expanding this year's Food Allergy Awareness Week by declaring the entire month of May as Food Allergy Action Month. We’ve also created a custom calendar, marked with one action individuals can take each day to support the food allergy community. Print the calendar or bookmark the webpage and make it your goal to complete as many items as possible! View the calendar>

 

 

Food Allergies in the U.S. Infographic

Share this graphical representation of the basic facts about food allergies to help others learn about the prevalence and serious nature of the disease. View the infographic>

 

 

 

 

 

2014 Awareness Poster

Although Food Allergy Awareness Week has passed, our awareness poster can be used throughout the year to help raise awareness about the prevalence of food allergies among children. A premium 11x17 version of the poster is available for purchase in our online store.

 

 

 

 

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