You can help spread Food Allergy Awareness by helping this student put together a presentation for her sociology class using your stories. | This was the initial message to Paul at Allergy Eats:
So, I’ve blogged about Allergy Eats many times before. You know I think it’s an awesome resource, but can only be useful if users rate restaurants. Now, it’s easier than ever to do… with new iPhone and Android apps!
Paul from AllergyEats has posted his summary & survey results to the still mysterious government body. I enjoyed reading the results, so I thought I’d share & (of course) give comment:
This is an important one for my food allergy readers… please take the time to read this post from Allergy Eats and respond accordingly! This is your chance to have some real input to actual legislation, not just another request to your state, federal, and local officials.
Check out this article from AllergyEats: An interview with Julia Bradsher, CEO of FAAN. An excerpt that got me a little excited:
So, this is a good discussion for those interested in food allergies & politics:
This is an excellent blog posting with an excellent response, and quite encouraging:
I read an article this morning that I really enjoyed, so I thought I’d share.
In this case, I don’t even really feel the need to rant. It’s done with a touch more class by the people at AllergyEats, so I just wanted to share a link to their blog, along with a few excerpts…
– My Goal: $600.00 – I Have Raised: $264.75 – I’m 44% of the way there with 2 days left for your donations! If 34 people donate $10 each, I can exceed my goal. Help me out with my goal & help a good cause?