Allergy

Every year in the US 100-150 people die from food allergy incidences - something that is 'preventable', says a scientific expert on allergens

Dispatches from IFT 2014

Food allergies remain 'major' public health issue

By Kacey Culliney

Peanuts, wheat and egg are among several allergens that continue to be a global public health issue, and so industry must act with caution when developing allergen-free products, warns a scientific expert.

10% of babies expected to develop food allergies in first year

Australia

10% of babies expected to develop food allergies in first year

By Andrew Schreiber

One in 10 Australian babies will develop a food allergy by their first birthday, medical experts and health groups said while calling on the Australian government to recognise food allergy as a national health priority.

Coles is being clearer about allergens across its private label range

Coles is being bold about allergens

By Ankush Chibber

Australian supermarket giant, Coles, has taken the lead in ensuring that its food products are labelled appropriately enough for customers with allergies.

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