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1 in 13 children suffer from food allergies, which means you’ll likely be visited by a few food allergy kiddos on Halloween night. That’s why it’s so important to act as a food allergy ally. For parents and allies alike, let’s dive into some helpful tips to stay food allergy aware and safe this Halloween. 

How to be food allergy safe this Halloween

Food allergy advocates and allies gather at three-day conference, FARE’s largest in-person event since 2019.

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Meet Shelby Lewis, who with her husband Steve is a member of FARE's Board of National Ambassadors. Let's learn a little more about them!

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Life in Hawai'i tastes delicious, and there's something on the menu for everyone.

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Kealani Nickles
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Does returning to school with food allergies make you feel anxious? Teen Advisory Group member Saloni Somia offers tips and advice to improve your safety and help you feel more secure.

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Saloni Somia
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From dorm rooms and dining halls to the campus and town beyond, college sophomore Amanda Young offers insights to help new university students manage their food allergies.

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Amanda Young
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Meet Noelle Nelson, a member of FARE's Teen Advisory Group, and learn about Teach Teal: Food Allergy Awareness, a curriculum for teaching fourth graders about food allergies that Noelle developed as her Girl Scouts Gold Award Project.

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Noelle Nelson
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"If you cannot control having food allergies, learning to shift your mindset makes a world of a difference."

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Catherine Walker
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Meet Ashley Dinah Koranteng, a member of FARE's Rising Leaders Committee, and learn a little more about her!

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Some families and individuals with food allergies are having trouble re-engaging in social activities after COVID restrictions have been lifted. This is why.

Paige Freeman, PhD
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