Food Allergies in 2013: A Year in Review

An Allergic Foodie:

Lots of food allergy achievements in 2013–let’s make 2014 even better!

Originally posted on FARE Blog:

What a remarkable year! As a community, we have accomplished so much to make life better for those with food allergies. With so many important milestones taking place in 2013, we decided to take a look back at some of the significant moments in food allergies from this year:

10. New auto-injectors became available
In 2013, two new epinephrine auto-injectors came on the market, providing more options to patients.

9. World Allergy Week and Food Safety Month were dedicated to food allergies
Demonstrating the growing prevalence and awareness that food allergy is a global public health issue, both World Allergy Week in May and Food Safety Month in September were dedicated to educating the public about food allergy.

8. Sports teams showed their support
Northwestern University hosted the first-ever peanut-free college football game in 2013. Additionally, Major League Baseball teams across the country welcomed families managing food allergies for nut-free…

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