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Food Allergy Resources: Holidays
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Just because holidays typically incorporate food doesn't mean your food-allergic child should shy away from celebrating. Here, KFA supplies you with the information needed to keep your children safe from allergic reactions during holiday celebrations throughout the year.
It's important to be aware and on the lookout for the presence of allergens on holiday displays, decorations and traditions.
Holiday booklets from KFA take the focus away from food during the holidays. These booklets are filled with allergy-safe activities, crafts and recipes for Valentine's Day, Easter, Passover, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Chanukah and Christmas.
KFA offers 10 food allergy-safe activities for Valentine's Day.
Find out how to make Valentine's Day safe for everyone at school!
Four allergy-free recipes to make Valentine's Day safe and fun for everyone.
Celebrate Easter safely with new traditions for your family! This free booklet is filled with allergy-friendly ideas and tips to get you started.
Instead of using real eggs and egg cartons from the grocery store, try these six fun alternative activities for egg-allergic children.
30 peanut-free, egg-free and milk-free items to fill your food-allergic child's Easter basket.
Some aspects of parenting a food-allergic child leave you with no control over the situation. This brochure is meant to help you have a fun and spiritually-fulfilling Passover.
Learn to make Halloween treats that are allergy-friendly for your food-allergic child.
The scary parts of Halloween are supposed to involve ghosts and witches, not the candy!
KFA offers tips for dealing with Halloween parties at school and home.
12 Halloween tips to take the trick out of treats when your child has food allergies!
There's no escaping food on Thanksgiving. Or is there? Try these different approaches to keep your food allergic child safe.
Breastfeeding a child with food allergies can be especially challenging around the holiday season. Learn how to maintain an eating plan and enjoy food at the same time.
A holiday celebration doesn't give license to test or stretch dietary limits. Learn how your child can avoid the temptation to eat off-limits food.
In all of the hustle and bustle at this time of year, do not let your guard down regarding safety.