News Archive: September 2016

Time for Students to Learn


Posted on: September 21, 2016 | Posted in: Latest News

According the FSA and other sources, teenagers and young adults seem to be at particular risk of severe food allergy reactions. How so? This trend can largely be attributed to the new freedoms that this age group have.  Teenagers who are starting to go out more and eating out with friends or university students who […]

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Eating out, the good the bad and the ugly!


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The Food Standards Agency, in conjunction with Allergy UK have recently carried out a UK wide survey of those suffering a food allergy to gather their views, experiences and opinions of eating out in the UK since the new EU food labelling regulations came into force. The research clearly shows that more is being done […]

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Twins share Hero award


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Twins Share Hero Award 8 year old Identical twins,Luke and Jamie Waggott and  from Oxfordshire have been awarded a UK Child Hero Award by Allergy UK for their fundraising activities. Jamie is allergic to nuts, pectin and citrus fruit whilst Luke doesn’t suffer any food allergies. Their fund raising activities began at just 6 years […]

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