Parents’ Guide to Allergen-Free Lunches
Strategies and recipes for packing allergy-friendly school lunches
Packing a school lunch can be a challenge for any parent. For families facing dietary restrictions, finding quick and healthy options can feel even more difficult.
If your child has been diagnosed with a food allergy, the team at Children’s Health is here to support you. The Parents’ Guide to Allergen-Free Lunches provides kid-friendly lunch recipes that are free of the top eight food allergens (milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, fish and shellfish).
Simply fill out the form below to download the guide and find fresh lunch ideas that are both healthy and safe for your family. You’ll also receive our quarterly newsletter, Food Allergy Community Times (FACTs), with the latest information about managing food allergies.
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