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Fish and Egg Allergy Alert - Dole™ Endless Summer Salad Kit

KFA Food Alerts ·
Dole Fresh Vegetables Announces Limited Voluntary Recall of Dole™ Endless Summer Salad Kit Due to Undeclared Allergens For Immediate Release January 28, 2021 Contacts consumers Dole Consumer Center 1-800-356-3111 Media William Goldfield; 1-818-874-4853 William.Goldfield@Dole.com Announcements Dole Fresh Vegetables, Inc. is voluntarily recalling a single lot code of Dole™ Endless Summer Salad Kit. Description: Dole™ Endless Summer Salad Kit UPC: 0-71430-01073-0 Best If Used by Date: 01-26-21...
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Fish (Anchovies) Allergy Alert - Brite Harbor Caesar Dressing and Dip

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Litehouse Inc. Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Anchovies in Product For Immediate Release February 15, 2021 Contacts Consumers Litehouse Customer Service 1-800.578.1652 Media Chris Blanford 208.874.9490 chris.blanford@litehouseinc.com Announcement Litehouse Inc. is voluntarily recalling a limited quantity of its Brite Harbor Caesar Dressing & Dip 1.5 oz pillows because it may contain undeclared anchovies. The Food and Drug Administration has been made aware of this recall which is...
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Fish (Anchovies) Allergy Alert - Kowalski's Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

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Russ Davis Wholesale Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Fish (Anchovies) in Kowalski’s Buffalo Cauliflower Bites For Immediate Release February 15, 2021 Contacts Consumers: Customer Service 1-877-433-2173 Announcement Russ Davis Wholesale of Wadena, Minnesota is voluntarily recalling Kowalski’s brand Buffalo Cauliflower Bites with Kowalski’s Steakhouse Blue Dressing because the Blue Cheese Dressing contains undeclared fish (anchovies). People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to fish...
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Fish Allergy Alert - Taste of Inspirations Parmesan Garlic Wing Sauce

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Food Lion Recalls Select Taste of Inspirations Parmesan Garlic Wing Sauce For Immediate Release March 22, 2021 Contact 704-245-3317 publicrelationsteam@foodlion.com Company Announcement Food Lion is recalling select lots of Taste of Inspirations Parmesan Garlic Wing Sause because they were mislabeled and contain an undeclared allergen (fish). The impacted products may have been purchased between Feb. 20, 2021 – March 20, 2021, and include the following information on the bottle: Lot code...
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Parental Warning: Don’t Let Kids With a Shellfish Allergy Eat Cicadas

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The Brood X cicadas are here. These are a type of insect that live underground and then emerge from the soil in every 17 years to mate. And there’s a lot of them. If you live anywhere from New York to Tennessee, you’ve probably seen them. Or you’re about to. To most kids (and a lot of adults), this sounds like something out of an action or science fiction movie. As much of the eastern half of the nation experiences this “swarmageddon,” the red-eyed critters are often hard for kids to resist...
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Sarah's mom ·
Good to know. I'm the one with the shellfish allergy.
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Fish (Anchovy) Allergy Alert: Top Notch Buffalo Flank Steak Beef Jerky Products

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Top Notch Jerky LLC., a Sugar City, Idaho establishment, is recalling approximately 107 pounds of ready-to-eat (RTE) beef jerky due to misbranding and undeclared allergens, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The product contains anchovies, a known allergen, which is not declared on the product label.
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If Allergic to One Food, Do You Have to Avoid Related Foods?

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FOOD ALLERGIES AND CROSS-REACTIVITY  by Vaishali Mankad, MD   A food allergy occurs when the immune system overreacts to a food.  The most common type of food allergy results from the immune system making a type of antibody called IgE...
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Jacci Madden Boechler ·
Interested to see if anyone has information on two foods not related eg. peanuts and cotton seed oil. From what I have been reading cotton seed oil has the same weight and molecular structure as peanuts.
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Iumom ·
Very interesting information. It makes a lot of sense. My kids both have pollen allergies and both have had reactions/sensitivities to some fruits and pine nuts.
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Kara Bidden-Hackman ·
My daughter is allergic to cow's milk, egg, peanut and tree nut. She is 5 years old and has eaten apples (raw or cooked) without any issue for years. Last spring/summer she started complaining of itchy mouth after eating apples (in raw form). She ate them all winter (raw or cooked) with no issue. This spring started with more intense complaints of itchy mouth and itchy skin (no visible hives) after eating raw apples. Her IgE blood work was positive for apples (lower value, yet positive).
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cheymom ·
Hi Kara! That sounds like Oral Allergy Syndrome to me. My dd has OAS. I would consult with your allergist to see if cooked apples are okay or if you should avoid.
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eskimomama4 ·
I am 43, and have some form of Oral Allergy Syndrome. I get small itchy blisters on my lips, roof of mouth, and down my throat, if I eat fresh fruit that you can eat the skin. This started about 8-9 years ago. I can't eat fresh apples, grapes, strawberries, peaches, etc. If you have to peel it, I can eat it. But I'm not allergic to the fruit itself. I can eat most frozen fruits, but not peaches. I believe its the pesticides used on the fruit. I've tried organic, and I get the same reaction.
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camenae ·
My son has OAS with apples. His reaction did not occur immediately, but rather almost 12 hours later. I took a picture of his reaction and showed his allergist. Allergist agreed it was definitely OAS. Apparently his reaction was NOT common in that it took so long to show. Just something to think about...
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Kathy P ·
Interesting possibility Eskimomama. My daughter has OAS and reacts differently to different varieties of the same fruit. Sometimes she can eat more, sometimes very little before she feels the reaction. Since it's a cross reactivity to the pollens, it seems to correlate with when the pollen is high or her overall allergy load is high (d/t environmental issues in general). But she reacts to conventional and organic. She seems to be able to eat dried fruits but we haven't really tried frozen.
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Katie Colebrook-Smith ·
Wow and THANKYOU I'm not mad or sooking. I starred getting itchy after eating fresh fruit and veg 7 years ago when pregnant, but midwife shurged it off as one of those things. And still have issues now. Had linked it to my reaction to pollens but that's all. So nice to see a reconised reason to what I feel.
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Mahbahlih ·
Katie, welcome to KFA. So glad the blog could be helpful to you. It's always nice to see things in writing that confirm our suspicions or solve mysteries!
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Mahbahlih ·
Eskimomama4, having any type of food or environmental reaction is inconvenient and frustrating to say the least. I hope it gives you some comfort to know it's actually very common with OAS to react to the skin of fruit but not the peeled fruit inside. Regarding peach, it's a different little beast. According to FARRP because the peach allergen is "heat-stable and highly concentrated under the fruit skin" they recommend avoidance all together. Meaning, sadly, you can't peel it and enjoy like...
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Mahbahlih ·
Eskimomama, another thought I had was regarding the geographic area in which you live. Chances are you live in an area where there is little or no (for example) birch pollen but the store bought varieties come from regions where there is. Sounds like you should stick to local fruits for sure. Just a thought.
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Anjie ·
Hi I really need help I don't no what to do anymore my so does not eat at all he only drinks pedisure plz help he is 4yrs old...
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Kathy P ·
Hi Anjie - welcome to KFA and I'm glad you posted! It sounds like you are really struggling with your son's feeding issues and I'm sure we can help. I'm going to encourage you to post over on our forums where more people are likely to see and give you feedback. Include what his know allergies and any other medical issues. The more background you can give us, the better we will be able to help w/ ideas, resources, etc.
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Kathy P ·
If you can't find where to post (I edited my last comment to add the link), let me know and I can help with that part.
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Anjie ·
Thanks a lot I would really like him to eat some kind of food.But do Need help I have been trying nothing seems to work plz been say he'll grow out of it I am just hoping
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Kathy P ·
What is he allergic to? What does he need to avoid? What reactions do you see to those foods?
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Anjie ·
Well pretty much everything he is allergic to and is reaction in sneezing swelling of eyes and throwing up
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Trmnich ·
My son has been skin pricked tested 4 times and the last time 3 month ago his tree nut came back negative. All other three skin prick test came back 6+ peanuts & 3+ tree nuts I was suprised when tree nuts came back negative. We still keep him away from all tree nut just to be on the safe side but what are the chances of him outgrowing just the tree nut since he was 3+ before? He is will be 13 in May and is doing great being his own advocate of his allergy and we are very proud of him. We...
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AndreaN ·
In the 1990s I tested big positives to tree nuts and fish. Fast forward to 3 years ago. The same allergist skin tested me for tree nut and fish, and they all came back completely negative. My allergist questioned the results, and had me come back a few weeks later and had the tree nuts and fish skin tested again, as well as did blood work. This second time, my tree nuts skin test and the blood work all came back negative and I can eat them fine. However, my fish skin test and blood work all...
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Kathy P ·
Tina - did he ever have a reaction to tree nuts? Or was that diagnosed on testing alone? Sorry about the school situation - is the school supposed to be nut free?
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Fish Allergy Alert (Anchovy): Ready Pac Ready-to-Eat Salads With Meat and Poutry

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Ready Pac Foods recalling ready-to-eat (RTE) salad products with meat and poultry because the salad dressing component contains anchovies not listed on the label.
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Re: Mom's Allergy-Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipe

kandicejo ·
The other difference between pumpkin and pecan pies is the body or structure of the filling. This is why I like to do smaller individual pecan pies. A pecan pie is a sugar custard and does not have the pumpkin puree to help with stability. I don't think only using a starch to set up a pecan pie will work. If you can do soy, Post Punk Kitchen (very reputable vegan cooking blog) has a Maple Pecan Pie that uses tofu.
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Soy, Fish Allergy Alert: Joy's Gourmet Bloody Mary Mix

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Joy’s International Foods Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Soy & Fish in Joy’s Gourmet Bloody Mary Mix For Immediate Release December 22, 2021 Contact Information Joy’s International Foods 321-242-6520 Company Announcement Joy’s International Foods of Melbourne, Florida is recalling the Joy’s Gourmet Bloody Mary Mix with best by date 08/18/2023, because it contains undeclared Soy & Fish. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to Soy and Fish run the risk of serious or...
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