IT'S A DISEASE, NOT A DIET
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Improving the quality of life and health of individuals with food allergies through transformative research, education, and advocacy.
Representing the voice of the patient on issues that matter the most, FARE works tirelessly to promote practices, policies, regulations, and laws that make the world a safer and more inclusive place for all members of the food allergy community.
As the largest charity supporting food allergy research, FARE makes transformative science for patients a reality, bringing hope and innovation by advancing breakthroughs in food allergy prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care that can be accessed by all.
One in 10 Americans has a food allergy, so this disease touches all of us. FARE’s goal is to increase public awareness of food allergies while providing trusted resources and community connections to support the 85 million Americans impacted by food allergies and intolerances, including 33 million at risk for life-threatening reactions.
FARE is committed to improving health equity in food allergy – ensuring that every patient has access to basic care and the innovations being made against the disease.Learn More
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FARE's Courage at Congress 2024: Advocate for a Cure legislative fly-in is where you can make your voice heard to make positive change for the more than 33 million Americans in the food allergy community. This year’s event features engaging panels including policymakers from Congress and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and opportunities to practice lobbying before going to the Hill. We are at capacity but you can sign-up for the waitlist.
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.
Formerly separate events, the FARE Food Service Summit and the MenuTrinfo FASI (Food Allergy Symposium for Industry), this joint event will bring together thought leaders across the industry to share best practices in food allergy safety.
Living with Food Allergies
Get the facts on food allergies, from symptoms and diagnosis to prevention and effective emergency care.
There are nine foods that cause the majority of food allergy reactions. Learn more.
These resources are designed to help newly diagnosed patients and their families begin their journey from diagnosis to living well with food allergies.