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Around one third of the UK population (approximately 19 million people) will develop an allergy at some time in their lives.
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We have developed a comprehensive guide for employees and employers to help people with severe allergies at work, including an adult allergy action plan. Read more…
Our Support Groups are organised by our friendly volunteers, and are the perfect chance to meet other people living with severe allergies in your local area. Read more…
Every school is likely to have at least one pupil who is severely allergic to a type of food, and many schools will have more. Read more…
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3rd August 2021
Information for businesses who sell food that is prepacked for direct sale to consumers. New legislation, which will require food businesses in Scotland to include the product name and full ingredients on food sold prepacked for direct sale (PPDS), comes into force on 1 October 2021 in Scotland and the rest of the UK. The […]
22nd July 2021
This week Tanya Ednan-Laperouse and Emma Turay – two mothers who lost their teenage daughters Natasha and Shante to anaphylaxis – have joined together to call on the Government to appoint an Allergy Tsar. Tanya said: “allergic disease is increasing in the UK to epidemic levels. Yet, for far too long, allergy services have been treated as […]
19th July 2021
Globally, food allergy is increasing in prevalence across all age groups, and has been shown to have a strong impact on the lives and well-being of children, teens, adults, parents and their families. In order to better understand, and support, those living with food allergy, psychologists in Ireland have created the Food Allergy Coping and […]
19th July 2021
A restaurant in Derby has been prosecuted by Derby City Council Trading Standards after a customer with a peanut allergy suffered a severe reaction after eating a takeaway. The customer had advised staff of their allergy at Masala in Curzon Street, Derby, when they ordered their meal by telephone in July last year. After eating […]