The CDC’s Voluntary Guidelines for Managing Food Allergies in Schools and Early Care and Education Programs recommends the “use of non-food incentives for prizes, gifts, and awards.” This practice is also recommended...
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Hi. The document is quite big and so keeps freezing my screen when about 1/3 of it has downloaded. Is there a version that is text-only, or similar? It looks like a great idea (and I agree with the post-er above, that it's appropriate for ALL children). Thanks!
Oh this looks so delicious and I bet no one will be able to tell that it's dairy-free. I've made dirt with the CocoWhip before and it was a hit. Love how you can make it festive for the upcoming Memorial Day and July 4th holidays, and use any combo of berries you like. The idea of making it into a frozen berry pie using graham cracker crust sounds dreamy!
Memorial Day - the unofficial kick-off of summer! With it comes blue skies, green grass, picnics, backyard barbecues - and of course something cool, creamy, fruity and luscious to top it off. This milk-free Frozen Berry Mousse will please everyone!
Thanks for this piece!! I'm in search of any materials that help make ending the classroom birthday treat more palatable to parents & staff that are still undereducated when it comes to the reality of children living with life threatening allergies.
Do you need ideas to share with your child's teacher to encourage non-food rewards in the classroom? Many elementary schools are becoming more food allergy aware. An average U.S. classroom has two children with a food allergy. Using non-food rewards is healthier for everyone, not just those with food allergies. These ideas get a class up and moving after a job well done.
Teal pumpkins have become the symbol of food allergy awareness at Halloween. When you see a teal pumpkin, it means that non-food treats are available for kids with food allergies or other dietary restrictions. This makes Halloween safer and more inclusive for kids. Follow these steps to get involved and spread food allergy awareness this Halloween.
Halloween can be a fun and exciting holiday for children, but it is not without risk for those with food allergies. Families raising children with food allergies need to take extra precautions in order to keep their children safe....
New American Food Products, LLC Issues Allergy Alert on Weigels’s Mountain Valley and Royal Farms Market Place- Milk Chocolate Vanilla Caramels due to Undeclared Peanuts For Immediate Release December 21, 2016 Contact Consumers 978-682-1855 Announcement New American Food Products, LLC announces a voluntary recall the MILK CHOCOLATE VANILLA CARAMELS Premium Chocolate Treats flavor as follows: Weigel’s® Mountain Valley™ with best by date of 11/14/17 Royal Farms Market Place with best by date...
By Melanie Carver Ahh, summer. The sun is shining, the kids are out of school, and things just seem a little less hectic. When you think back to your own childhood summers, chances are delicious frozen desserts play a part in your memories. Why? Because after swimming, riding bikes, hanging out with friends or finding other ways to enjoy fun in the sun, there’s just nothing like a delicious frozen treat to cool you down. When the temperature goes up, it’s time to explore the Kids With Food...
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