News Releases

Package of federal policies will improve the health, safety and inclusion of the 32 million Americans living with food allergies
Former President of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology brings additional expertise to FARE’s groundbreaking research efforts
FARE’s Collaborative to Advance Food Allergy Research and Care Continues to Grow; Food Allergy Medical Claims Up 75 percent in Wisconsin and 146 percent in Georgia since 2009
Maine (391 percent), North Carolina (332 percent), California (316 percent) show biggest increases; peanuts most common specifically identified food causing anaphylaxis
Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) launches five-year campaign with $45 million already raised toward research and advocacy efforts
New Video Raises Awareness of Food Allergy as Serious Public Health Disease
FARE Vision Awards To Be Presented At Largest Educational Event for Food Allergy Community