Call for National Register of Anaphylactic Deaths as Food Allergies rise

A new research study by Imperial College London, gives an insight into the rise in allergic reactions, over the last twenty years. By examining NHS records between 1998 and 2018, for hospital admission, it was shown that the number of people admitted for anaphylaxis has risen three-fold – a 5.7% increase each year. 30% of […]

Managing Allergens with Erudus

Erudus, the food industry’s answer to managing allergens.  Management of allergens is one of the most important challenges within the foodservice industry and it’s vital that businesses get it right and communicate information clearly to their customers. Erudus is a market leading source of accurate allergen, nutritional and technical product data, populated by the food […]

Allergy Myths #1 – You’re OK if you have your adrenaline with you

Ruth Holroyd from What Allergy and author of ‘The Reluctant Allergy Expert – How to kill the fear that anaphylaxis could kill you’ is our guest blogger and this edition she is focusing on some of the myths that surround those individuals living with allergies.   Those with allergies can often hear the words ‘you […]

#allerjanuary

Everyone is familiar with Dry January – this was created to support those who take part to refrain from any alcohol during the month of January. Following the excess celebrations (even in Lockdown!) many enjoy a drink or three over the festive period. Veganuary which started in 2014 is gathering support every year. Those who […]