Media Contact
Nancy Gregory
Director of Communications
Direct: 703-563-3066

For general inquiries, please call 800-929-4040.


Press Room

FARE provides the media with the most up-to-date information about food allergies, including leading-edge research and treatment. We can also arrange for interviews with prominent researchers and other experts, patient advocates, and individuals and families who are living with food allergies.

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FARE News Releases

Food Allergy Research & Education’s College Food Allergy Program Pilots in a Dozen Schools Nationwide
FARE to Provide Guidance and Free Training, Develop Database

Food Allergy Research & Education Announces Recipients of 2015 FARE Investigator in Food Allergy Awards
Grants Will Help Expand Scientific Understanding of Food Allergy by Supporting Early and Mid-Career Investigators

New Study Shows Introducing Peanut Early in Life Prevents Development of Peanut Allergy
Learning Early About Peanut Allergy (LEAP) Study, Funded by Food Allergy Research & Education and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Will Impact Allergy Prevention In Future Generations

Food Allergy Research & Education Statement Concerning Use of Third Party Technology for Management of Food Allergies

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Featured Videos

Our YouTube Channel contains a wide range of videos designed to raise awareness about food allergies and anaphylaxis. Check out our featured videos below.

An Emerging Epidemic: Food Allergies in America

Preview of Discovery Channel Documentary. Full length video available at

Food Allergy Bullying: It's Not a Joke

PSA on a growing concern in schools across the country: food allergy bullying.

Advancing a cure for food allergies.

FARE-funded research on promising therapies for treating food allergies.

Food allergies don’t take vacations.

There’s an important lesson in the tragic story of Brian Hom.

Management of food allergies in the school setting

This educational video was created in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Division of Adolescent and School Health, the National Association of School Nurses, and the National School Boards Association.