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The SafeFARE website offers tools and resources for diners with food allergies.
The SafeFARE website offers tools and resources for diners with food allergies.
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We have removed Wink products from the Safe Snack Guide.
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It's that time of year again!
This update has an entire page of peanut and tree nut-free Easter goodies, with many egg-free as well.
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The loss is yet another in a long line of horrific, preventable tragedies, but there are lessons to be learned from the details of the child's exposure and the subsequent attempts at first aid.
The loss is yet another in a long line of horrific, preventable tragedies, but there are lessons to be learned from the details of the child's exposure and the subsequent attempts at first aid.
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What you need to know to prevent a Holiday Hill incident at your child's school.
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Might downloading a coupon cost you legal rights?
Might downloading a coupon cost you legal rights?
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A great resource for families coping with food allergies.
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Here's a great resource for those of you registering your child with food allergies for kindergarten. It's also a great primer for families with older school-aged children!
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The press serving the food and beverage industry is starting to give food allergy the attention it deserves. Debra Bloom, Founder of the Safe Snack Guide, tells her story.
Mainstream publications serving the food and beverage industry are beginning to turn their attention to the issue of food allergies.
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A Mom, a Daughter with Food Allergies and a Mission
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SnackSafely.com provides straightforward, actionable information to improve the lives of the 5.9 million children in the US suffering with food allergies. We strive to eliminate anaphylaxis by leveraging our on-line properties to educate, advocate,and connect the allergic community with products and services that help toward achieving this goal.

Our primary service is the publication of the Safe Snack Guide, a catalog of snacks free of specific allergens relied upon by many schools, scouting groups, camps and youth sports leagues across the country. In compiling products for the Guide, we often engage directly with manufacturers to understand the processes behind the manufacture of their products.

SnackSafely.com has developed and is beta testing a platform that will allow us to engage directly with manufacturers to learn much more about how their products are produced. The Manufacturers’ Product Portal provides an easy way for manufacturers to submit their products for inclusion in the Safe Snack Guide while providing information regarding the processing of the 8 major FALCPA allergens as well as sesame, mustard and gluten.

This platform will form the centerpiece of a new outreach program to foster more transparency in food product manufacturing dubbed the SnackSafely.com Manufacturer Partnership Initiative.