Materials to help advocates move policy efforts forward, share their story with legislators, and to understand FARE's position on a number of policy issues.
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The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) published “Voluntary Guidelines for Managing Food Allergies in Schools and Early Care and Education Programs”, intended to help schools create a safe and inclusive environment for students with food allergies.
A summary of frequently asked questions about policy and advocacy at FARE.
Funding for Food Allergy research is vital to continue to understand the rising prevalence of food allergies, as well as trying to find treatments and cures.
Learn about the U.S. laws and regulations regarding food allergies, from food labeling to students’ rights.
Helpful information about the FDA's law that covers food labeling
Information about how the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Air Carrier Access Act apply to people with food allergies
If you are discriminated against at work, school, or in public, you have the right to file a complaint.
FARE recommends that parents of children with food allergy create, in collaboration with their school, a written food allergy management plan. One type of plan is called a 504 Plan.
If you have a negative experience on a domestic flight involving accommodation of your food allergies, you have a right to file a report with the DOT.
The Food Code is a summary of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) best advice for uniform systems and practices that address the safety of food sold in food service and certain retail establishments and is revised every 4 years.
Information about the laws the govern the labeling of foods sold in the United States
People with food allergies rely on the food industry to provide accurate ingredient information and follow safe food handling procedures.
This page provides guidance on how to respond to a few situations regarding reporting problems with packaged foods.
There is an old expression that life is decided by those who show up, so on something as important as food allergies, we all need to show up!