Search For Tag: Food Allergy
5/8/12 8:52 PM
Uploaded by Kids With Food Allergies
6/6/12 10:33 PM
Comment by SMA0701
Can't wait to try this product out!
5/23/12 3:39 PM
Comment by BirdWatching
I have noticed that oatmeal-raisin is a common flavor for allergy friendly foods...what's funny is that my daughter is allergic to oatmeal and raisins (allergic to grapes). But I'm glad to see the chocolate chip and brownie varieties! I'll be on...
5/26/12 6:08 AM
Does anyone know what retail stores will be carrying these in the Phila PA area? Can they be ordered online? Thanks!
5/26/12 6:12 AM
Comment by Lynda
I would suggest contacting Cybele at firstname.lastname@example.org . I saw on their Facebook page that the cookies will be ready to ship in June, and the availability of the products will be announced at that time. My guess is, they are still...
5/26/12 9:18 AM
Great idea...I'll share what I find out - thank you!
3/11/13 11:10 PM
Comment by KatyZ
What are the ingredients? I have a corn-sensitive child and would like to know, without having to google etc, what the *rest* of the ingredients are ... posting here would be helpful. Thanks.
3/12/13 8:14 AM
Comment by cheymom
You can click on the link above and it will take you to the Cherrybrook Kitchens website. The link is above the picture. to KFA! Be sure and check out the resource section, the Starter Guide to Food Allergies & the...
11/2/13 4:24 PM
Comment by Kids With Food Allergies
Our final daily winner is Gatsby and Daisy who celebrated Halloween by eating mom's homemade, allergy-safe lollipops! Congratuations! We'll be announcing our 2 grand prize winners tomorrow!
10/30/13 7:25 PM
Congratulations to preciousangel who is today's winning photo! They are the winner of a prize package from Go Veggie and a KFA t-shirt!
11/3/13 9:16 PM
Congratulations to our costume parade grand prize winners: Flying Genie and Nurse Bella! Genie is allergic to dairy, peanuts and tree nuts, but that does not stop her from flying high! Got food allergies? Nurse Bella is here to help! She...
10/29/13 7:38 PM
Congrats to this Red Sox player, whose mom had this to say about him: "My little Red Sox Player! He faces allergies with bravery and determination. Michael would rather miss out on something than cause anyone around him to have to avoid a food they...
10/31/13 7:25 PM
Congratulations to our unicorn Gwen, who doesn't let her food allergies hold her back from enjoying Halloween! Gwen loves playing viola in school this year, doing crafts and hanging out with friends. She is the winner of a Go Veggie prize pack and a...
4/20/12 3:59 PM
Comment by Colette
I had a chance to try some samples of Cybele's cookies last week and they are terrific! Views and reviews expressed by volunteers reflect their personal opinions and not necessarily the views or opinions of Kids With Food Allergies...
8/1/12 8:24 AM
Comment by Sahba
Hello, Does anyone know of a peanut/nut free snack bar that is portable, healthy and not loaded with refined sugars and ingredients that I can't even pronounce?! I know there are products out there that are peanut free but they...
8/2/12 8:44 PM
Comment by MAM-mom
Hi Sahba! Welcome to KFA!! The one that comes to my mind is the bars from Enjoy Life Foods . Click on the flavors to see the ingredients lists and decide if you think they are okay in terms of refined sugar (evaporated cane sugar)...
8/3/12 12:45 AM
Hi Sahba Try PeanutFree Planet www.peanutfreeplanet.com, I believe... You need to read ingredients carefully, because they distribute products manufactured by many co's, and the ingredients vary widely by product; however, you can find...
1/25/13 3:37 AM
Comment by normalmommy
Campbells and Gerber do not list food allergens that are in the 8 major allergens category. How is this legal?
1/25/13 3:43 AM
Comment by Lynda
Are you referring to products that "may contain" traces of the top 8 food allergens due to shared equipment issues? The Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act (FALCPA) that went into effect in 2006 does not require manufacturers to...
1/27/13 7:09 PM
Comment by AMommy2TwoBoys
This is why I love General Mills and some other companies that tell me they always label for may contains.
10/29/13 12:22 AM
Congratulations to gatordoc97 whose photo was chosen as the first winner of the campaign!
5/13/12 10:50 PM
Comment by jaglo02
I can't wait to try these cookies. My son has a soy, dairy and gluten allergies. This will be perfec!
5/16/12 11:20 AM
Comment by Cee
My daughter is allergic to milk, eggs, soy, gluten, and potatoes. Do these cookies contain potato starch? I notice a lot of gluten free products contain potato starch.
5/18/12 5:55 AM
Comment by lucie
that makles me mad because i will travel to Miami from Montreal this summer and we buy our food and will not know about the may contain... plus my son has allergies to sesame.. and it is not labeled if I read this carefully. In Canada, sesame is...
5/18/12 10:04 PM
Comment by avery and morgan's mom
Here's a link to her FB page with ingredients listed. Her post on may first shows the ingredient info for each package. There is potato starch in all of them. Edited to update link.--MC
8/8/14 12:16 AM
Comment by lalacsmith
HI, My son, who has a peanut allergy, will start kindergarten in a few weeks. At his school peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are served everyday in the cafeteria. The school offers 3 choices to each child and PB&J is one of the...
8/8/14 12:54 AM
I'm sorry you are feeling so stressed over starting Kinder. Have you requested a 504 evaluation?? The last link in #5 above has lots of resources on that process. That is your best way to get accommodations for your kiddo. In...
5/8/13 7:30 AM
May is national Asthma and Allergy awareness month, and the week of May 12-18 is dedicated to raising awareness about food allergies. Join Kids With Food Allergies (KFA) and the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) in educating others about...
3/10/13 11:23 PM
Dairy-free, Nut-free, Gluten-free Chocolate or Vanilla Frosting From Cherrybrook Kitchen:"All ready-to-spread frostings are prepared in a peanut-free and tree-nut free facility. The frostings are prepared on dedicated equipment that does not...
5/15/12 5:40 PM
Did you know? Epinephrine should be given immediately to treat anaphylaxis. Delays in giving epinephrine to patients can result in rapid decline and death within 30 to 60 minutes. Epinephrine acts immediately, but it may be necessary to give repeat...
10/28/13 5:29 PM
Share a picture of your costumed child safely celebrating Halloween with food allergies and you could win a dairy-free, soy-free gift pack from Go Veggie plus a t-shirt from Kids With Food Allergies. Two grand prize winners will receive $100 gift card...
2/5/13 3:33 PM
FDA: Foods Must Contain What Label SaysFebruary 4, 2013 As someone who cares about what your family eats, you make it a practice when shopping to read the labels on food packages. And you have the right to expect that the information on the...
5/13/13 7:30 AM
Did you know? Conditions that coexist with food allergy - Asthma: Asthma and food allergy often coexist in children and adults. Food allergy is associated with severe asthma. Source: NIH Publication, Guidelines for the...
5/16/13 7:30 AM
Did you know? Confirmation of food allergy diagnosis is important. Parent and patient reports of food allergy must be confirmed by a workup from a healthcare professional because multiple studies show that 50-90% of presumed food allergies are...
5/14/13 7:30 AM
Did you know? Conditions that coexist with food allergy - Eczema: Eczema and food allergy can occur together. When tolerance develops to a food, the reintroduction of that food in the diet will not result in recurrence or worsening...
5/14/12 2:59 PM
Did you know?Anaphylaxis, a serious allergic reaction, can occur as:A single reaction that occurs immediately after exposure to the allergenic food and gets better with or without treatment within the first minutes to hours. Symptoms do not recur...
5/14/12 6:18 PM
Did you know? Not eating the allergenic food is currently the safest way to manage food allergy and prevent symptoms. Your healthcare professional should work with you to decide whether certain related foods also should be avoided. Source: NIH...
5/16/12 4:30 PM
Did you know? The U.S. Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act of 2004 requires food labels (on foods regulated by the FDA) to list which of the eight major food allergens (milk, egg, peanut, tree nuts, soy, wheat, fish, and crustacean...
5/17/12 7:12 PM
Did you know? Most food allergens cause reactions even after they have been cooked or digested. Some allergens, most often from fruits and vegetables, cause allergic reactions only when eaten raw. Food oils, such as soy, corn, peanut, and sesame, may...
5/15/12 1:03 PM
Did you know? Food allergy affects 5% of children under the age of 5 and 4% of children aged 5 to 17 years and adults in the United States. Prevalence rates in the United States: • Peanut: 0.6% • Tree nuts: 0.4–0.5% •...
5/17/12 1:21 PM
Did you know? If someone has food allergy, he or she is more likely to have asthma, eczema, eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), or exercise-induced anaphylaxis. Source: NIH Publication, Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Food Allergy in...
3/17/13 7:56 PM
Kids With Food Allergies traveled to the Natural Products Expo West in search of new allergy-friendly foods. We will continue to share our New Food Finds on our blog in the coming weeks. Follow Your Heart now offers a dairy-free bleu cheese...
3/7/13 1:18 PM
This week, Enjoy Life Foods has made two big announcements. The first is that due to popular demand, they are bringing back Perky's Crunchy Rice cereal (originally called Nutty Rice). It is gluten-free, free of the top 8 allergens (milk,...
3/7/14 4:38 PM
Blog Entry by KFA Food Bloggers
Rudi's Gluten-Free has revealed a new sandwich bread for those with wheat allergy, gluten intolerance, celiac disease, milk allergy or soy allergy - Double Fiber Sandwich Bread: Source: Twitpic from Rudi's Gluten-Free They also have new...