Health & Wellness

Allergy Amulet Launching Limited Pre-Order Run in January!

Living with food allergies is all about what ifs? What if this cupcake is made with almond flour? What if this soup is made with real cream instead of a dairy-free substitute? What if this package of chips actually does [...]

Allergy Amulet Launching Limited Pre-Order Run in January! 2021-01-11T14:02:37-06:00

Ready For Primetime: Peanut Therapy Hits The Market

by Jodi Shroba APRN CPNP Children's Mercy Hospital Jodi Shroba APRN CPNP, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner; Food Allergy Program Coordinator, Children’s Mercy Kansas City Peanut allergy is the most common food allergy in children under the age of 18 [...]

Ready For Primetime: Peanut Therapy Hits The Market 2020-11-12T09:57:10-06:00

Tips From Food Allergy Kids: Home Cooking

Happy holiday season from us here at Food Equality Initiative! Typically, our holidays are full of rituals, things we learn as children and grow to expect to be the same year after year, with relatively little to no deviation. But, [...]

Tips From Food Allergy Kids: Home Cooking 2020-10-28T12:37:13-05:00

88 Acres’ Approach to School Lunches

For our third installment of our webinar series For the Health: A Conversation on Race and Food Allergies, we spoke with leaders in the food allergy industry about institutional change. One of the panelists was Nicole Ledoux, founder of 88 [...]

88 Acres’ Approach to School Lunches 2020-10-12T15:57:03-05:00

Halloween Reimagined

Trick-or-treating might look a little different this year. Masks have a different meaning this season. As each holiday comes to pass since the coronavirus pandemic began, we have wondered if we will be able to “celebrate like we [...]

Halloween Reimagined 2020-09-30T22:47:12-05:00

#ForTheHealth: Institutional Change

Thank you for joining this year's closing webinar in our For The Health series. Even though we were a month later than originally scheduled, we hope you were still able to join us and that you were able to learn [...]

#ForTheHealth: Institutional Change 2020-09-28T11:20:01-05:00

Tips from Food Allergy Kids: Fear Factor

Gavin likes to stay active, but is always prepared, although his shirt may say otherwise. “I have to make sure that I don’t have an allergic reaction instead of not seeming weird.” Meet Gavin Gavin is your typical [...]

Tips from Food Allergy Kids: Fear Factor 2020-08-19T15:55:04-05:00

Tips from Food Allergy Kids: Shopping

“People don’t understand the luxury of just picking something up and buying it.” Zani with her harvest of wild berries. Meet Zani Zani lives just outside of Portland. Like any typical Oregonian, she loves being outside, shopping at [...]

Tips from Food Allergy Kids: Shopping 2020-08-10T16:53:53-05:00

#ForTheHealth: How To Be An Ally

THANK YOU Thank you for joining us once again for our webinar series Part II, For The Health: A Conversation on Race & Food Allergy. We may have been on a different website with different faces and a different theme, [...]

#ForTheHealth: How To Be An Ally 2020-07-31T08:56:16-05:00

Tips from Food Allergy Kids: Traveling

Monika hiking in Japan. “I know the word ‘peanut’ in 20 different languages.” Meet Monika Monika is an industry journalist. She makes it her business to report on the state of affairs of different markets across the globe [...]

Tips from Food Allergy Kids: Traveling 2020-07-20T15:11:59-05:00