News Archive: September 2015

Top Tips when serving the Food Allergy Customer


Posted on: September 30, 2015 | Posted in: Latest News

Eating out as a free from customer has always been a minefield, restaurants sometimes are unsure of guidelines, many do not know the difference between a dairy or an egg allergy or even think an intolerance is ‘mild’ and not too much to be concerned about. Below are 6 areas to be aware of when serving the […]

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Allergy Adventures offers FREE online workshop


Posted on: September 16, 2015 | Posted in: Latest News

The Allergy Adventures Workshops for schools is now live. Hailey Phillips the founder of Allergy Adventures has been busy working on teaching modules for schools and children s groups to enable them to gain understanding on  food allergies and the importance of avoiding cross contamination. Hailey has created two sets of resources suitable for children Ages 5 […]

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Caroline runs workshop for students at Eastleigh College


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        Eastleigh College invited Caroline to run a food allergy awareness workshop for  about 30 of their level 2 and 3 students.  The workshop involved interactive exercises to enable students to grasp and understanding of their responsibilities under the new EU FIR law, and to be aware of the importance of getting […]

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FATC Training launches bespoke flexible CIEH Level 3 food safety course to suit training needs to include Level 2 allergen award


Posted on: September 1, 2015 | Posted in: Latest News

  ​Food Allergy Training Consultancy (FATC) launches bespoke flexible food safety & food allergy awareness certificated course to suit training needs The Food Allergy Training Consultancy (FATC) in collaboration with Sally Trice of STCC has developed a 2 for 1 training course. FATC is aware of time and budget constraints on food businesses and is […]

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