Bringing Life, Health & HOPE to the 15 million Americans living with food allergies

Food Allergy 101

Learn the basics of food allergies, their symptoms and how they are diagnosed.

Newly Diagnosed

Being diagnosed with a food allergy will mean making changes in your diet and lifestyle, changes that often affect the whole family.

FARE College Food Allergy Search

Is your campus food allergy friendly? Join FARE College Food Allergy Search to showcase your efforts and boost student recruitment.

Managing Life's Milestones

Discover strategies for managing food allergies in every place and stage of your life, from school and camp, to college and the workplace.

Explore Top Allergens

Learn about the eight foods that cause the majority of allergic reactions—including peanut, milk and egg—plus how to identify and avoid them.

The FARE website was my go-to place when my daughter was first diagnosed over a decade ago. Now that her needs have changed, as she has grown, I can see that FARE is in step with those of all ages and stages."

-Lynn, food allergy mom

In the Know

Register for a Walk

Celebrate all the food allergy heroes in your community—including yourself!—at FARE's Food Allergy Heroes Walk.

Find Comfort with Others

It helps to know you’re not alone when it comes to food allergies. Find a support group and meet others in your area.

FARE Patient Registry

Individuals and families managing food allergies can drive research advances and gain new tools for self-care.

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FInd a Support Group

It helps to know you are not alone. Find a support group in your area.

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Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan

Get to know this document, the cornerstone of personalized treatment for any person with a food allergy.

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