Have you ever witnessed a friend claim to have a food allergy when you know he or she is just on a diet or doing “a detox”? Yes, it’s a thing.
Oakley Debbs, 11, died of anaphylaxis after consuming nut-containing cake.
How real are the concerns, what do you need to watch for, and will there ever be clear labeling?
There’s nothing like scampering about on Halloween night, collecting trinkets and yummy goodies. Help trick-or-treaters focus on fun, not fear, by stocking up on safe sweets and tiny toys, perfect for every goblin and ghost. For those handing out food treats this year, here are our top picks for allergy-friendly and gluten-free candies to keep your little monsters… Read more »
The Canadian Celiac Association plans to use a $500,000 grant from the federal government to work on reducing gluten cross-contact in crops and developing clear standards for shipping and processing gluten-free foods.