Food Allergy Collaborative

Launched in 2019, the Food Allergy Collaborative is an alliance of advocacy organizations, those living with food allergies, and industry partners who are uniting to advance effective, patient-centered initiatives in food allergy awareness, research and care.

Increasing Impact Though Collaboration

To create lasting, system-wide change for the food allergy community. Bringing everyone to the table ensures that we can collectively identify issues in food allergy and create a shared vision to solve them. Together, we can coordinate our efforts to maximize impact.

The Voice of the Patient Report: Food Allergies

The Externally-led Patient-Focused Drug Development meeting for food allergy was held on September 9, 2021. We are thankful for all the patients and caregivers who contributed their time and effort into making the meeting a success.

The “Voice of the Patient” report resulting from the meeting was reviewed and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and is available here to download.

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November 2022

Only Half of Adult Food Allergy Patients Surveyed Report Being Prescribed Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

At the 2022 American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology annual meeting, FARE and the Food Allergy Collaborative focus attention on barriers to epinephrine access.

Key questions for the Food Allergy Collaborative to tackle include:

What are the community’s priorities and unmet needs?
How do we better understand the diversity that exists in the community?
How can we build our collective capacity to reach all segments of the food allergy community and extend beyond our current channels?