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More than 15% of school-aged children with food allergies have had an allergic reaction at school

As August turns into September every school-aged child begins to think, and probably worry about, if their friends will still be friends, if the course material will be too challenging, if their teachers will be nice, or if they’ll make that sports team they’ve been planning on trying out for.

Howe...

Health Inspection Ratings Now on Yelp!

The CDC estimates that each year, 48 million people get sick from a foodborne illness, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die. Food safety is more important than ever and is becoming a hot topic issue. With states continuing to reform and pass laws that create stricter food safety requirements, it’...

How to Bake Gluten-Free

Gluten is a general name for the proteins found in wheat, rye, and barley.

For people with Celiac Disease, ingesting gluten can damage the small intestine. Unfortunately, gluten can be hard to avoid; breads, cookies, beer, pasta, soups, and many condiments contain gluten. Sure, you can usually find...

Top Tips to Safe Eating

We've all been hungry, tired and just want to find anywhere to eat.

However, more often than not this leads to bad food, service and experience. Here are a few tips to help you when trying to find a new place to eat.....

1. Proof of Certification

There are a couple things that we suggest that you...

5 Foods to Help with Spring Allergies
5 Foods to Help with Spring Allergies

It’s no secret that, for many, spring can be quite the pain. Allergies are the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the United States. So yes, the snow is melting, the temps are warming, and summer is on its way, but spring also brings with it itching, sneezing, and watery eyes for those who stru...

Why is Food Safety So Important?
Why is Food Safety So Important?

How many times have we heard someone complain of a stomach ache or nausea and claim it was something they ate? How many times in the last year have we read headlines and news stories about the latest food illness outbreak? Chances are, you or someone you know can relate to both of those scenarios. “...

Common Food Allergies and Why They’re so Prevalent
Common Food Allergies and Why They’re so Prevalent
This blog post looks at why some food allergies are more common than others.
Safety Tips for Meal Kits and Grocery Delivery
Safety Tips for Meal Kits and Grocery Delivery
This article looks at the important food safety steps you need to take if you are getting your food delivered to your home.
Always Food Safe partner with Food Recovery Network
Always Food Safe are delighted to have partnered with Food Recovery Network. Their mission was to recover perfectly good food, that would otherwise be thrown away, and donate it to hunger-fighting nonprofits. Food Recovery Network is the largest student movement that seeks to fight food waste and hunger in America. By the end of the first school year, the group had recovered and distributed 30,000 meals.
More than 15% of school-aged children with food allergies have had an allergic reaction at school
More than 15% of school-aged children with food allergies have had an allergic reaction at school
More than 15% of school-aged children with food allergies have had an allergic reaction at school. These reactions can range anywhere from mild to fatal. It’s a serious concern and awareness is essential.