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When it comes to food allergies, some meals are more challenging than others. Which are the most challenging for your family? In the comments, tell us what types of products you wish were more available!
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 love. He's selfless and caring and our Super allergy Super Star! " Michael is the winner of a prize package from Go Veggie and a KFA t-shirt! Congrats, Michael!
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 KFA t-shirt!
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 has epinephrine and inhalers stocked at all times. A special thank you to GO Veggie! for sponsoring this event.
California Firm Recalls Additional Pork Products Due To Misbranding and Undeclared Allergens Class II Recall 046-2013 Health Risk: Low Aug 29, 2013 Congressional and Public Affairs Adam Tarr (202) 720-9113 Editor's Note: This release is being reissued to expand the August 23, 2013 recall to include additional products and an additional allergen. WASHINGTON, Aug. 29, 2013 – Westlake Foods, a Santa Ana, Calif., establishment, is recalling a total of approximately 69,123 pounds of cured pork...
Fundraising Incentives Start your own fundraiser online to raise funds for Kids With Food Allergies, a division of the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America. Our largest event and fundraiser of the year will be held on September 8, 2013, in Plymouth Meeting, PA. We invite you to to be a virtual fundraiser if you cannot attend the event. Both in-person and virtual fundraisers can earn incentives as a token of our appreciation for raising funds to support KFA's education, support and...
Yes! The World's only food allergy musician and entertainer, Kyle Dine, will be joining us as we take Strides for Safe Kids on Sunday, September 8th! Kyle has also agreed to lead our walk around the mall! Thanks to all who've signed up to join us - an d we are so very grateful to those of you who are fundraising to support our education, support and advocacy work to keep children with food allergies safe and healthy. http://www.strides4safekids.org/
We are just about ready to see many of you tomorrow! We are very excited and look forward to seeing all of those smiling little faces of your children. Thanks also to all of you who've donated. We are overwhelmed and humbled at your generosity, and promise to put your donations to work in educating families and communities about the seriousness of food allergies and how to keep kids with food allergies safe and healthy. Lynda Mitchell http://www.kidswithfoodallergies.org ...
Thanks!!! This is probably my favorite cupcake recipe ever. They aren't hard to make, just time consuming. And the only downside is that it requires peach extract which most grocery stores don't carry. I got mine on Amazon. Otherwise, they are reallllllly goooood and also they aren't overly sweet or anything. Perfect for just about anyone!
Peach extract?? I've never even seen that! But I have made different varieties of fruit infused vodkas - I wonder if you could make peach "extract" that way?? I'm going to have to look up the recipe for that one and see if I can tweak something to be safe for my allergy set (gluten, dairy, egg). I love peach!
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