#TealLove Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day! As everyone around the country celebrates, we would like to help bring awareness to a new movement started by Kids With Food Allergies to help spread awareness and encourage inclusiveness around celebrating Valentine’s Day. How does it work? Similar to the #TealPumpkin project for Halloween, the #TealLove movement encourages non-food gifts and treats to be exchanged for Valentine’s Day.

Learn more about #TealLove

Some classrooms are being encouraged to cut back on sharing candy or bringing baked goods to share. Are you looking for tips on how to start a conversation with your school about food allergies? If so, here are some great tips shared by Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team:

For additional safety tips on preparing food, hosting parties or giving gifts, read through Celebrating Valentine’s Day Safely Tips.

If you need inspiration today for allergy-friendly treats that help incorporate Neocate products, don’t forget to browse our recipes page.

Published: 02/14/2017
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