Teal Pumpkin Project
Raising food allergy awareness and offering the option of non-food trinkets and toys in a separate bowl makes Halloween safer and more inclusive for all trick-or-treaters!Learn More
Contains: Courage Research Retreat
Tuesday, October 11 – Wednesday, October 12, 2022
FARE's Contains: Courage Research Retreat 2022 is a two-day virtual event that will bring together clinicians, industry representatives, and investigators in academia and clinical care to share and learn about the latest advancements in food allergy biology, treatment, prevention and patient-centered care.
Feasting With FARE
Amazing allergy-friendly recipes from celebrity chefs, FARE's Teen Advisory Group and other friends of FARE. Whether you are avoiding all top-9 allergens, or just one or two, there is bound to be a recipe perfect for you!Learn More
FARE Patient Registry
Join over 14,000 individuals and families managing food allergies who are sharing their food allergy stories and making a critical difference, helping to speed the search for new treatments and informing life-changing improvements in patient care.Join Today
are living with potentially life-threatening food allergies.
in treatment of diagnosed anaphylactic reactions to food between 2007 and 2016.
a food allergy reaction sends someone to the emergency room.
Living Teal™ Videos
Premium video hub for all things Living Teal, with fresh episodes featuring your favorite stars dropping weekly! From Top-9 Free recipes to holiday hacks and your Food Allergy Stories, there’s something here for everyone! You won’t want to miss it!Learn More
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
FARE’s Contains: Courage® Research Retreat 2022 will bring together clinicians, industry representatives, and investigators in academia and clinical care to share and learn about the latest advancements in food allergy biology, treatment, prevention and patient-centered care.
This annual event brings together leaders in food service to discuss and share the latest in food allergy accommodations outside the home.
This in-person event will bring together people who are impacted by food allergies for three days of educational sessions, insightful discussions and meaningful connections. All are welcome – including adults, parents, teens (11 and up), and nutrition professionals!
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.
Living Teal means living your life year round healthy, happy and safe. Check out Living Teal for useful advice, tips, tricks and resources from experts, influencers and people just like you.
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
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
Baby's First Campaign to Help Reduce the Risk of Food Allergies
FARE’s Baby’s First™ campaign is raising awareness that early introduction of a wide variety of healthy foods may help prevent certain food allergies. The BabysFirst.org website helps new parents work with their doctor to assess baby’s risk for food allergies and decide how and when to introduce solid foods into baby’s diet.
Your food allergy story powers research that changes lives.
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