The FDA’s latest version of its Food Code calls for allergen labeling of “unpackaged” food served at restaurants, delis, and… Read more »
Author: Jen Jobrack
Elijah’s Law for Daycare Gains in More States. Will California be Next?
[Updated May 27, 2022] After the loss of their son to anaphylaxis, triggered by food at his child-care center in… Read more »
Study Finds Getting Epi Early Prevents Uncontrolled Allergic Reactions
A data analysis presented at the AAAAI allergists’ annual meeting reinforces the importance of prompt self-administration of epinephrine to treat… Read more »
Labeling Bill Aims to Simplify Adding Top Allergens, Gluten Sources
A comprehensive food labeling bill recently introduced in the United States Congress would make it easier to require labeling for… Read more »
Back to School With Food Allergies in Pandemic Times? Start Talking!
Parents of students with food allergies are concerned about how COVID-19 protocols may affect the accommodations their children need as… Read more »
Illinois, More States Weigh Elijah’s Law for Food Allergy Kids in Preschools
Now being replicated around the country, “Elijah’s Law” protects the lives of very young children with food allergies. New York… Read more »
When Food at the Grocery Store Isn’t Labeled for Top Allergens
People with food allergies depend on the ingredient labels of grocery products for accurate and complete information as part of… Read more »
Holes in the Safety Net for Food Allergy Families
With increased jobless levels ever since the 2020 coronavirus pandemic, a growing number of Americans have been turning to federal… Read more »