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For a teen with multiple food allergies, new diets and dietary trends and the prevalence of food intolerances have been both a blessing and a curse.

Teen Advisory Group member Amanda Young.
Amanda Young

You might wonder why going through all this extra work to avoid allergens and educate others would be a positive in my life, but really, it’s all about attitude.

Teen Advisory Group member Julia Gray
Julia Gray

All of us at FARE wish you a safe and happy Thanksgiving.

Teen Advisory Group member Indrani Maitra
Indrani Maitra

FARE is taking the lead in educating both physicians and patients about the safety and effectiveness of OIT as a treatment option for some food allergy patients.

meeting attendees

Thank you to everyone who took part in the Contains: Courage® FARE Summit 2019!

teens at summit

We’re grateful to everyone who took part in Teal Pumpkin Project® 2019. Your commitment to the health and happiness of children with food allergies made a difference both nationally and globally this year.

This week, FARE is thrilled to celebrate its three-year partnership with OWYN – Only What You Need. OWYN is a 100 percent plant-based protein product free from the top eight allergens. Even more exciting, OWYN is a proud champion of the food allergy community and supports FARE’s mission to improve the quality of life and the health of individuals with food allergies.

Hi, my name is Rachel Blum and I am a 16-year-old living in Deerfield, Illinois. I have a severe food allergy to peanuts and tree nuts, and I was diagnosed when I was about 7 years old. This blog post is about enjoying Halloween with food allergies.

Teen Advisory Group member Rachel Blum

What’s up, y’all? I’m Anesha Santhanam, and I’m back with tips for rising juniors and incoming seniors who are navigating the college search with food allergies.

Teen Advisory Group member Anesha Santhanam

It’s no secret that plant-based diets are increasing in popularity. The Plant Based Foods Association reported in a 2018 Nielsen study that plant-based food sales topped $3.3 billion last year. Specifically, sales of plant-based meat products have grown by 24%, which is notable since general retail food sales have only grown by 2% over the same time.

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