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Sesame Joins the Common Allergen Club

Sesame Joins the Common Allergen Club

Today, labeling laws in the US require clear labeling of sesame, as well as peanut, tree, milk, egg, soy, wheat, fish, and shellfish, as ingredients in pre-packaged food products. 

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New Year, New Food Allergy Resolutions

New Year, New Food Allergy Resolutions

Some of the most common resolutions involve our diet, our physical activity, and our budgets. This year, add a twist and consider how you might make a fresh, new start or adaptation that involves how you manage your family's food allergies. 

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Yes, Your Christmas Cheesecake Can Be Allergy-Friendly

Yes, Your Christmas Cheesecake Can Be Allergy-Friendly

If Christmas had to pick one official dessert, cheesecake would certainly be in the running. If you have food allergies, however, cheesecake may be one of those allergy land-mines it’s easier to avoid. Or maybe not. 

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Celebrate Hanukkah With Allergy-Friendly Recipes

Celebrate Hanukkah With Allergy-Friendly Recipes

If your house (or a house you’ll be visiting!) is getting ready to light the menorah and spin the dreidel, there’s likely to be some food involved. There are plenty of allergy-friendly recipes available that will allow you to share traditional dishes while avoiding your family’s list of allergens. 

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