FARE Takes Pride in 10 Years of Improving the Lives of Food Allergic Individuals

May 9, 2022 (McLean, VA) – Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) is celebrating ten years of achievement in the food allergy space during this special Living Teal Food Allergy Awareness Week. Today on “Menu Monday” we are specifically highlighting the strides made in kitchens around the world. 

When FARE started a decade ago, there were not many options for individuals with food allergies to enjoy a delicious meal that was also safe for them to consume. Not only could the majority of restaurants not cater to an individual with special food restrictions, but also cooking at home had restrictions

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Trial may lead way for free healthy food deliveries for heart attack recovery

A leading cardiologist is hoping to show health service spending benefits of delivering free groceries to those recovering from health attacks.

Heart attacks are extremely common in New Zealand, says Dr Andrew Reynolds.
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Dr Andrew Reynolds, of the University of Otago’s Department of Medicine, received funding from the Health Research Council announced today to begin a trial comparing the costs of delivering the food to those associated with treating secondary events after a heart attack.

Dr Reynolds is one of six Otago researchers to be granted a $150,000 Explorer Grant, allocated to support transformative research ideas that have

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