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Food Allergies – When Food Becomes a Problem

A four minute video developed by EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) describing food allergies, what they are, symptoms, how to deal with them.

   2017-01-25 – Audio/Visual

BDA Food Fact Sheet: Food Allergy and Intolerance Testing

A consumer fact sheet from the British Dietetic Association (BDA) to educate people with a food allergy and/or intolerance about reputable and reliable methods of testing.

  2012-07-30 – Handout

BDA Food Fact Sheet: Food Allergy and Intolerance

A consumer fact sheet from British Dietetic Association (BDA) aiming to educate those with food allergy and intolerance about their condition.

  2018-06-21 – Handout

Food Allergy Web Links

A collection of websites related to food allergies.

      2019-05-23 – Website

BDA Food Fact Sheet: Coping With Food Allergies

A consumer fact sheet from the British Dietetic Association (BDA) providing information on simple steps that can be made to help parents with children with food allergies.

  2016-04-11 – Handout

Food Allergy In Under 19s: Assessment And Diagnosis

National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines providing healthcare professionals with information on the assessment and diagnosis of food allergy in children under 19 years of age.

  2016-06-08 – Practice Guideline

Food Allergy In Babies And Children

A factsheet from Allergy UK for consumers on food allergies in babies and children, including symptoms.

  2016-06-08 – Handout

Travelling Abroad With a Food Allergy

A fact sheet from Allergy UK for consumers use including practical information on snacks when flying, airline meals and medication.

  2016-05-02 – Handout

BDA Food Fact Sheet: Milk Allergy

A consumer food fact sheet providing practical tips for cutting out milk for people with a milk allergy or intolerance.

  2018-06-29 – Handout

Allergen Toolkit for Healthcare Catering

A toolkit developed by Food Counts, a specialist group of the British Dietetic Association (BDA) and the Hospital Caterers Association (HCA), that outlines the steps required to comply with European Union (EU) allergy legislation.

   2016-12-08 – Manual/Guide