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The congresswoman who introduced the FASTER Act urges continued support for federal legislation to label sesame and fund food allergy research.
A recap of the week's exciting online events, plus ongoing opportunities to share and a preview of dynamic programming to come.
Heather Gass, a food allergy patient and parent, shares her path to becoming an advocate and her push for sesame labeling.
On Anaphylaxis Awareness Day, Teen Advisory Group member Zerrin Dulger calls for greater understanding of the dangers faced by the 32 million Americans living with food allergies.
These nine top 9-free recipes can jump-start your allergy-friendly menu ahead of our Top 9-Free Meal Challenge on Wednesday, May 13.
Just because I have food allergies, it doesn't mean I can't have a good time and enjoy a delicious meal with my family on Mother’s Day!
As we navigate the coronavirus pandemic, Mother's Day may look different this year, but Mom deserves a safe, inclusive celebration more than ever.
Treat Mom to a surprise breakfast on Sunday, May 10, or on any day you'd like to make special for her!
In New York, the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, avoiding severe reactions has never been more important. Sarah Ackerman of girlbehindthehive.com shares her tips for staying safe.
Knowing how to substitute ingredients is the key to making allergy-friendly foods from any recipe.
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