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Over half of people allergic to animal-based products wrongly assume food labelled as vegan is safe to eat  5th March 2024

New figures released by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) show that a worrying number of people who are allergic to animal-based products, such as egg, milk or fish, are unaware that foods labelled vegan or plant-based can still contain traces of ‘animal’ allergens, putting them at risk of an allergic reaction.
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Join the study: outdoor events attendees with special dietary needs 8th April 2024

Researchers from the University of the West of England (UWE) are seeking individuals with food intolerances, allergies, or special dietary requirements to participate in their study focusing on experiences at outdoor events.
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Exploring the impact of ‘not knowing’: an invitation for parents and caregivers to take part in research 26th March 2024

Researchers from the University of Nottingham would like to interview parents and caregivers of children with a diagnosed food allergy about their experiences of uncertainty so that they can provide the right help and support. 
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New review finds risk of allergic reactions on commercial flights is lower than on the ground 26th March 2024

The Civil Aviation Authority have published a review of the evidence on the risks of allergic reactions on commercial flights for those with food allergies and how to manage them. The results are reassuring, showing that the risk of a reaction in the air is up to 100 times lower than on the ground.
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