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  • Peanut baby snack can help prevent allergies
  • Peanut baby snack can help prevent allergies
    Christian Hermann (2021) ©

Peanut baby snack can help prevent allergies

Studies have found that, for many children, introducing peanuts into their diet as a baby can massively reduce the risk of them developing an allergy to them. Mission MightyMe snacks are designed to make it easy for parents to feed their kids peanuts safely and often, to improve their future health.



  • Partake offers allergen-free comfort-snacking

    Partake offers allergen-free comfort-snacking

    The pandemic has seen growth in snacking as people seek out comfort and nostalgia through food in turbulent times. But for those with allergies, indulgent snacks are few and far between, something Partake is hoping to change with its allergy-free soft-baked cookies and baking mixes.

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    Are Gen Yers raising healthy eaters?

    Gen Yer parents want their kids to eat well. However, finding time to make healthy meals, the cost of quality food, and a lack of knowledge about nutrition present some challenges. How are Gen Yers finding solutions, and how can brands help parents raise the next generation of healthy eaters?

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    How do food brands help people to manage allergies?

    Allergies have doubled in children in the past 10 years, but our understanding of them remains incomplete, and the food and restaurant industries have been slow to react to this growing demographic. What does it mean to have allergies today? And how are brands adapting to this growing subset of society?