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12/02/2010
The holiday season has begun, it is time to start planning the gift giving. When you are getting a gift for someone with food allergies, holiday gifts can be complicated. Here are some really cool and useful gift ideas for those with food allergies (also included; what not to give!) Holiday Candy Ideas: (When buying candy, be sure you know the specific allergies of your gift recipient.) Yummi Earth Hard Candies – Yummi...
12/09/2010
Many parents of children with allergies worry about how to handle children going to parties for friends where food will be served. But what should you do when you’re the host and you’re worried about visitors with allergies? Every year I host a holiday party and share the same concerns. With friends who have allergies to wheat and tree nuts and vegetarian friends, what would Martha Stewart recommend? Know Your Guests When you...
10/09/2008
Although there is a lot of attention on peanut-free tables and banning peanut butter from school cafeterias, studies show that most food allergic reactions at school happen outside the cafeteria. Classroom parties and other situations out of the ordinary can put food allergic children at increased risk. With Halloween parties around the corner, I thought I’d share my TREAT sheet (some tips) that has helped keep my son and other allergic children safe...
08/23/2017
Needing allergy-friendly treats to host a birthday party for your food-allergic child who’s on a restricted diet? When your child has a food allergy or another condition limits foods he can eat, a typical birthday cake may not be an option. For example, most cakes and baked goods call for dairy, eggs, and wheat. All three are among the top eight allergens in the US! In fact, fish and shellfish are the only...
12/19/2014
New Years Eve has always been a time to look back to the past and more importantly, forward to the coming year. A new year is a good time to reflect on the changes we want or need and resolve to follow those changes. It’s the time of the year where we ponder upon the mistakes we have done and work towards not repeating them. We understand living with food allergies is not...
10/27/2015
Last year, we were very excited to see how the Teal Pumpkin Project took off! This concept started in Tennessee with the local food allergy group, FACET, and is now led by Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE). This year, we’ve noticed even more news coverage and buzz around this great initiative. One of my neighbors even posted about her family’s teal pumpkin, and encouraged the whole neighborhood to participate! This is great...
06/24/2014
For years families and clergy within the Jewish faith have contacted us with questions about whether or not Neocate products are kosher. We are happy to report that Neocate Infant DHA/ARA has been certified Kosher Pareve Non-Passover as of 2013! (You can read about the Kosher status of other Neocate products and Duocal here.) Kosher The term kosher indicates that a food is in accordance with Jewish dietary law, or the laws of...
   
 
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