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Made Good

With nuts and dairy often serving as the staple ingredients of protein-rich granola bars, there is a consistent challenge those with...

Sunbutter 

An alternative to peanut butter is finally here! Meet Sunbutter, a companion for your sandwich, made from roasted U.S. grown sunflower...

SnackWell’s Peanut-Free Snacks!

Looking for peanut-free snacks? Try SnackWell’s Creme Sandwiches! The scrumptious desserts are available in vanilla and chocolate flavors..

Zego Snacks

School is about to start! Are you stocked up on your allergy-safe snacks to pack for lunch? Looking for more ideas? Want something...

Back-To-School Guide

Welcome back #FALFamily! We are so excited to share with you all the amazing projects we’ve been working on for you this Summer...

Going to College #2

Attention College Bound Students!! Have you heard of the FARE College Food Allergy Program? FARE started a campaign in 2014 to not only...

Going to College #1

Hey #FAL Family! Are you ready? Here’s the post you’ve been waiting for – the first in our Going to College series! These posts will be.....

Allergy Safe Dining in College

With several of our readers heading off to college this year, we are excited to announce our college series! Get ready for a series of......

Scouting with Food Allergies

Are you a Boy Scout? Girl Scout? Fortunately the Scouts Program has now become more skilled in handling food allergies! In fact, Girl.......

Back to School #14: School Lunches

Do you buy your lunch at school? No problem! Most schools are very accommodating of food allergies and will be happy to prepare safe food...

Back to School #13: Wet Wipes: Lunch Tables

Do not feel embarrassed. Suppose you walk into the cafeteria and your lunch spot is littered with food from past lunch periods. Don’t just..

Back to School #12: Wet Wipes: Hands

As I bring the Back to School series to a close for this year I wanted to share a few quick tips with you guys in the last couple of posts..

Back to School #11: Bullying

Today’s post will address a slightly more serious issue. Bullying!! Just like in any other situation, you must report to an adult if you....

Back to School #7: Bus Drivers

Do you ride the bus home? Well don’t forget to be careful here! Make sure to inform your bus driver of your food allergies, and ensure......

Back to School #6: Teachers

While not all schools allow the teachers to keep medication in the classroom, it’s important the teacher is aware of your food allergies....

Back to School #5: The Nurse

Who do you need to inform about your food allergy? Well, first engage in a conversation with your nurse – she is the liaison between you....