Position Statements

Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia is developing a series of Position Statements which will appear here as completed.

December 2020

Food Allergen Consensus Statement

The Food Allergen Management Consensus Statement has been developed in collaboration by key organisations identified below to advocate for improved food allergen management in Australia. Food Allergen Management Consensus Statement   IT IS THE RESPONSIBILTY OF CONSUMERS TO: 1. declare their allergies and read food labels (including ingredient...

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A&AA Position Statement: Allergen labelling of packaged foods

Background Food allergy has increased in prevalence in recent years. 1 in 10 infants, 6% of children, 5% teens and up to 4% of adults now have a food allergy. People (consumers) with a food allergy are required to avoid the food they are allergic to. This includes any products which contain the food they are allergic to. Consumers must always read the ingredient...

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IN AN EMERGENCY

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