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Walmart 2019

Walmart Continues to Raise Awareness with FAACT in 2019

Who’s looking for Non-Food-Fun treats this Valentine’s Day? Or for school parties? Join The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team, FAACT for Non-Food-Fun this Valentine’s Day in EVERY U.S. Walmart! Once

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Nutless Life

Ask, Read, and Label! Three Ways to Increase Safety this Holiday Season!

by: The Team of Nutless Life “Does this amazing looking dish contain...?” isn’t exactly this year’s top icebreaker question to ask at every holiday function for people with food allergies. However, it is the

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FAACT Halloween Awareness

12 TEAL Ways to Increase Awareness and Safety this Halloween!

Isn’t it so exciting to see the increase of teal pumpkins and ghosts appearing at more houses each year!? Teal Halloween stands for so many things. It’s awareness of food allergies but helps include ALL

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Walmart

Walmart Teams Up with FAACT’s Teal Ghost for Halloween

by Lisa Horne, Founder of Food Allergy P.I. Blog As a mom, especially a stay-at-home-mom that is a food allergy mom AND a homeschool mom…sometimes I just love to get away and walk the aisles of my local Walmart.

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Food Allergies & Field Trips

Food Allergies & Field Trips

by Stacey Stratton, FAACT’s Director of Publications If your child’s school is planning a field trip, be sure to find out the answers to these 5 things:When, Where, How, What, and Who. By discussing these

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Bringing TEAL to a Pink Holiday

Bringing TEAL to a Pink Holiday

by Stacey Stratton, FAACT’s Publications Manager Valentine’s Day can be a concerning holiday when it comes to food allergies. Classroom parties and receiving candy is often the norm at school. You

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Risk-Taking and Teens with Food Allergies

Risk-Taking and Teens with Food Allergies

by Tiffany deSilva, MSW, LSW When you were a teenager, did your mother ever ask you the age-old question, “If all of your friends jumped off a bridge, would you jump, too?” If adolescents answered this

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