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Food Allergens

Shawnee Milling Company Issues Recall on Flour Due to Potential Cross-Contamination with Egg, Milk.

Food Allergens,Food Allergy,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | April 7, 2024

The Shawnee Milling Company of Shawnee, Oklahoma initiated a recall on flour products on March 28, 2024. This recall, so far limited to their 5 lb bags of Food Club brand All Purpose Flour is due to potential contamination with… read more

Social Media Influencer Keith Lee Allergic Reaction Brings Food Allergy Risks to Public Attention

Food Allergens,Food Allergy,Our Blog | April 2, 2024

Tik Tok social media influencer Keith Lee brought public attention to food allergy risks in a recent trip to the Bay Area. A trip that usually produces dozens of videos highlighting local restaurants per city was cut short after he… read more

Food Allergy Statistics

Food Allergens | November 30, 2021

Food allergy is a worldwide public health problem and much more common than you may think. In the U.S., nearly 32 million people report having a food allergy. That is almost 10% of the population, and each year, 200,000 people… read more

Most Common Food Allergies

Food Allergens,Food Safety | July 31, 2021

An estimated 32 million Americans have food allergies, with 5.6 million of those being children under 18 years old. That breaks down to one in every 13 children and one in every ten adults having a diagnosable allergy to one… read more

New FDA Approved Peanut Allergy Drug

Food Allergens,Food Safety | April 8, 2020

The FDA released some great news: there is now an approved medication to fight peanut allergies1 Yes, you read that correct; there is now hope for those with peanut allergies to not keep away from them like the plague. Of… read more

Detecting Food Allergens On the Go!

Food Allergens,Our Blog | July 18, 2019

In a perfect world, food would just be a source of nutrients. No one would need an EpiPen and everyone could eat peanut butter cups if they wanted. Well, technology is on its way to making the world a little better…. read more

The Rise in Adult Food Allergies

Food Allergens,Our Blog | April 4, 2019

You find yourself lurching over the toilet, alternating vomiting and experiencing diarrhea. Not a particularly nice way to begin an article, but be patient: a point is in the making. Sounds like a foodborne illness, but no. This culprit may… read more

A Peanut Allergy Cure on the Horizon?

Food Allergens,Food Safety,Our Blog | March 3, 2019

Long have medical professionals sought to desensitize the allergic to their allergens through low levels of exposure – think an allergy vaccine. And according to a report from the Washington Post, a company called Aimmune is seeking to curb peanut… read more

What’s in Your Kitchen?  A Week in Recalls: Sausage, Salmon, Cereal, Chocolate Covered Cherries, Salsa Seasoning, and Chicken Salad.

Food Allergens,Food Safety,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | February 21, 2019 would like to help you keep your family safe from unsafe foods.  Each week we bring together a list of the current recalls.  Putting recalled lots, UPC codes, and contact information for recalled products in one convenient place helps… read more

What’s In Your Kitchen – This Week in Food Recalls

Food Allergens,Food Policy,Food Safety | February 1, 2019

The government is open again. But that doesn’t mean there weren’t any food recalls in 2019! Here is the lowdown of the 2019 food recalls. would like to help you keep your family safe from unsafe foods.  Each week… read more