5 Food Allergy Resources

A short and sweet list of online food allergy resources. These intuitive sites also focus on asthma, environmental allergies, pet allergies and more! From Peanut Free in the Queen City.

Short and sweet — a list of my go-to online food allergy resources.

A short and sweet list of online food allergy resources. These intuitive sites also focus on asthma, environmental allergies, pet allergies and more! From Peanut Free in the Queen City.

When Lucas was first diagnosed with a peanut allergy – well, more like when Lucas had his first reaction BEFORE we could even get into the allergist – of course, my fingers went straight to the keyboard.

Google became my friend and my enemy.

I was SO overwhelmed with the amount of food allergy websites,  advocacy groups, publications, Facebook groups and more.

Knowledge is power, especially when you are, on a DAILY basis, managing the food allergies of a child or yourself.  Choosing the RIGHT websites to use as a resource is key.

I’ve handpicked some incredibly useful, dynamic and intuitive websites that appeal to not only to allergy and food allergy newbies, but also to educators, business owners, extended family and those with a general food allergy curiosity.

Bonus – several of these websites cover food allergies, asthma and other allergies.

Bonus to the bonus – look for printables, advocacy talking points, shareable statistics and informative infographics too!

5 Food Allergy Resources

Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) works on behalf of the 15 million Americans with food allergies, including all those at risk for life-threatening anaphylaxis. This potentially deadly disease affects 1 in 13 children in the United States – or roughly two in every classroom. FARE’s mission is to improve the quality of life and the health of individuals with food allergies, and to provide them hope through the promise of new treatments.”


Kids With Food Allergies (KFA) is a division of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), the nation’s oldest and leading asthma and allergy charity.  With one in 13 children now having a food allergy, KFA services are needed more than ever.  We are a vital lifeline to families raising children with food allergies. KFA offers free tools, educational materials, webinars, videos and other resources to help families and caregivers learn how to keep children safe and healthy. Families need not live in fear. With the right tools, all families can raise healthy, confident children who can learn to manage their own food allergies as they grow up.”

“The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), a not-for-profit organization founded in 1953, is the leading patient organization for people with asthma and allergies, and the oldest asthma and allergy patient group in the world. AAFA is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with asthma and allergic diseases through education, advocacy and research.”

“The American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI) is a professional medical association of more than 6,000 allergist-immunologists and allied health professionals. Learn about allergies, and asthma, their symptoms, and how to find relief through allergist care and treatment.”


Allergic Living Magazine: “Our award-winning magazine offers the very best coverage of food allergies, celiac disease, asthma and environmental allergies. Readers love the engaging articles, latest research news, safe and superb recipes, great columns and product reviews”

Have a website not mentioned? Leave a comment below. Feel free to share it with my other allergy, asthma  and food allergy readers!


  1. Love all of these great food allergy resources. My little girl has a peanut and dairy allergy, so we are always looking for resources! Another fave resource of ours is Milk Allergy Mom. A wonderful blog full of tips and recipes for those with dairy allergies!

  2. This will come in handy I’m sure! Thank you for the list of resources! We will be going in for allergy testing fairly soon, so starting our journey with allergies.

  3. Well this came at a convenient time for me haha. I’ve been living in my first home with my boyfriend for a week now and he’s allergic to peanuts. I didn’t realise how hard it can be to feed him! I’ll have to look in to a few of these to avoid killing him haha. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    Christie’s Take on Life. xx

  4. This is so good to know! My little brother has severe peanut allergies – having the internet when he was little would have made a huge difference!

  5. This is so informative, though till now we are allergy free but one of my friend has severe peanut allergic child. Shall share these resources to her.

  6. Great resource! I was just about to do some research on possible allergies from strawberry yogurt. My toddler seems to have a reaction from certain strawberry yogurts (no problems with fresh strawberries).

  7. These are helpful recourses, thanks for sharing! My friends son has a peanut allergy and when they come over, I always double check everything, because it’s so scary!

  8. These are some amazing resources. Allergies are serious things and it’s important to know all you can.

  9. These are great resources for people who need to know more about food allergies. I’m not sure if my little man actually has an allergy or not, we are getting tested in a few weeks, but if he does, I will definitely need these.

  10. This is awesome! It’s scary to have a child that’s allergic to everything. It’s like the world is attacking them, poor thing just doesn’t understand. Great resource!

  11. Thanks for sharing your handy allergy list. I don’t from where kids get an allergies, and i felt bad if they have allergy on food.
    What if they love to eat those allergens?!

  12. You did a fantastic job by sharing the helpful resources with us.I have shared with one of my friend who was looking for help on food allergy.
    Thanks Lauren !!

  13. Super agree with you. Internet can really help or be our distraction when checking legitimate sources. Thanks for compiling the list. I am sure many would benefit to this post.

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