Choosing, storing and preparing food in a family with allergy

Food Allery EducationThe National Allergy Strategy, a partnership between Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia and the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA), has developed a seven-part video series to help you choose, store and prepare foods if you, or a family member live with food allergy.

This series from Food Allergy Education https://foodallergyeducation.org.au/ is designed to help you reduce risk for you or a family member or friend with food allergy. 

Food storage

https://foodallergyeducation.org.au/videos

Food storage - from Food Allergy Education

Food preparation

https://foodallergyeducation.org.au/videos

Cross contamination - from Food Allergy Education

Separation of space and time - from Food Allergy Education 

Food labels

https://foodallergyeducation.org.au/videos

What info must appear - from Food Allergy Education

How to find allergens - from Food Allergy Education

Precautionary statements - from Food Allergy Education

Unlabelled foods - from Food Allergy Education

Content updated December 2021

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If in doubt, give the Anapen® or EpiPen®.

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