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Our Impact

FARE’s mission is to improve the quality of life and health of those with food allergies through transformative research, education, and advocacy, with a foundational commitment to health equity.

Food allergies are a disease, not a diet.

More than 33 million people in the U.S. have food allergies, which can cause life-threatening reactions.

2023 Impact Report

FARE is dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by the under-recognized epidemic of food allergies, a tier-one disease that can cause life-threatening reactions. The 2023 Impact Report captures the astonishing accomplishments of the FARE community, showing that our voice is loud and united. We are making the impossible possible through transformative education, research, and advocacy, with a foundational commitment to health equity. We are FARE. It’s personal for us.

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2023 FARE Impact Report

Driving Food Allergy Research Forward

FARE is the largest provider of charitable support for food allergy research in the U.S. Through support for academic and industry research, FARE promotes the development of new therapies and offers hope for effective treatments.

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Advocacy Issues

FARE advocates for a better and safer life for our community at the federal and state level.

Labeling Medicine for Allergens and Gluten

The medicine that we take to make us well shouldn’t make us sick. FARE is working to pass the ADINA Act that will label all medicine for the top-nine allergens and gluten.

Making Our States Safer

Over the past three years, FARE has helped pass 14 new state laws to improve the lives of more than 6.5 million food allergy families. We are fighting to make childcare centers, schools, and restaurants safer.

Reducing the Cost of Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

FARE has helped pass epinephrine auto-injector price cap laws in a handful of states and is supporting the federal EPIPEN Act, a bill to limit the out-of-pocket cost for epinephrine auto-injectors at $60.

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Living with Food Allergies

From the basics of food allergy disease to preventing and treating reactions, these comprehensive resources help individuals and families manage food allergies and live well. 

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