I Am So Much More Than My Food Allergies
FARE is dedicated to improving life and health for 32 million Americans with potentially life-threatening food allergies, advocating for research, and providing resources, support and hope for the entire food allergy community.
are living with potentially life-threatening food allergies.
in diagnosis of anaphylactic food reactions between 2007 and 2016.
a food allergy reaction sends someone to the emergency room.
Driving Research and Innovation Forward
FARE is the largest private funder of food allergy research, promoting the development of new therapies and offering hope for effective treatments. Our FARE Clinical Network is establishing crucial infrastructure to enable breakthrough innovations and collaboration among researchers.Learn More
Living Teal means living your life year round healthy, happy and safe. From big holidays to cultural moment to special occasions with friends and family, we want to make sure you are ready. Check out Living Teal for useful advice, tips, tricks and resources from experts, influencers and people just like you. Whatever your day or activity brings, we're here to help you plan and enjoy.
Join us Oct. 2-4, 2020, for the Contains: Courage FARE Summit as we bring together teens and adults living with food allergy along with family members and health professionals in Orlando, FL for an unforgettable weekend of education and community connection.
Living with Food Allergies
When someone develops a food allergy, everyone in the family must learn to adapt. FARE has information and resources that will help you to stay safe and live well.
A food allergy diagnosis can be life altering. Over time, it will begin to feel more manageable.
Get the facts on what food allergies are—and what they aren’t—plus how to recognize the symptoms and seek testing from a healthcare professional.
Find tips for researching colleges and universities and selecting the right school for you.
Representing the Voice of the Food Allergy Community on Issues that Matter Most
Fighting for federal legislation like the Food Allergy Safety, Treatment, Education & Research (FASTER) Act, H.R. 2117, S. 3451, and airline accommodations for the food allergy community, FARE is advocating to make the world a safer and inclusive place on behalf of the 32 million Americans with life-threatening food allergies on a state and local level.Learn More
Your food allergy story can change the course of research and change lives.
Joining the FARE Patient Registry® and making a difference is easy, convenient, and confidential.Learn More