Found today at a Connecticut Stop & Shop, chocolate chips from Toll House free of the Top 8 Food Allergies. Enjoy! Advertisements
Quietly and without fanfare, Jet Blue continues to demonstrate a commitment to food allergy awareness. My son and I recently flew from White Plains to Fort Lauderdale. I booked his ticket through the Jet Blue website. Jet Blue’s online booking now allows you to select “nut allergy” as a medical issue. Since we needed to […]
Well done Jet Blue.
Yankees just sent out information about this year’s allergy aware suite games. These games are a great way to enjoy a ballgame in a safe surrounding. Details below: I’m pleased to inform you about this season’s Suite Events at Yankee Stadium for Guests with peanut allergies. The dates are for the games scheduled on Saturday, […]
According to new research, “[t]he factors contributing to food allergy include the genetics that alter skin absorbency, use of infant cleansing wipes that leave soap on the skin, skin exposure to allergens in dust and skin exposure to food from those providing infant care. Food allergy is triggered when these factors occur together.” Read more […]
Still waiting for information from the Yankees, but in the meantime, below is a link to FARE’s list as of early March. Updates to follow!! Peanut-Sensitive Baseball Games in 2018 | Food Allergy Research & Education — Read on http://www.foodallergy.org/about-fare/blog/peanut-sensitive-baseball-games-in-2018
Something to watch, but note: “The results have not yet been reviewed by independent experts.” Also of concern is the reported 12% of participants that dropped out due to allergic reactions. https://www.today.com/health/peanut-allergy-treatment-protected-kids-new-study-t123621