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If You Don't Have a Food Allergy, Here Is What You Need to Know

Food Allergy is a serious and potentially life-threatening disease. By learning about food allergies, you can be an ally for those with the disease, and you may even save a life.

Food Allergy 101
33 Million Americans

are living with life-threatening food allergies.

1 in 13 Children

have life-threatening food allergies.

Every 10 Seconds

a food allergy reaction sends someone to the emergency room.

Food Allergy Bullying Needs to Stop



About one-third of kids with food allergies report that they have been bullied because of their allergies.

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FARE Training

FARE provides access to training and resources that help make the world a safer and more inclusive place for those managing food allergies.

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Psychosocial Impact of Food Allergies

Inadequate treatment options create a heavy burden for individuals with food allergy and their families.

Food Insecurity, Psychosocial Burden and the Need for Health Equity

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Food Allergy Is a Disability and Is Legally Protected

Learn how the law protects people with food allergies from discrimination.

Food Allergy in the Workplace

Strategies that employers can use to ensure a safe and comfortable working environment for employees with food allergies.

School Guidelines

Ensure your school’s policies are in line with federal and state laws that protect children who live with food allergies.

Food Allergies and Food Service Establishments

FARE works with individuals, policymakers and restaurant industry groups to advocate on behalf of families managing food allergies.

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