FOOD ALLERGY SAFETY TRAINING

Food allergies are a serious medical condition where the body’s immune system mistakenly targets and attacks a harmless food protein (allergen). From the newly diagnosed to someone that has lived with it for years, personal research is critical to staying safe and living well with food allergies.

Why is food allergy training important?

The difference between food intolerance and an allergy is the immune system’s ability to produce abnormally large amounts of immunoglobin E (IgE). These antibodies fight the perceived enemy (allergens) by releasing histamine and other chemicals that trigger reaction symptoms.

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Food Allergy Safety Training AllerTrain™ teaches food handling procedures to ensure safe delivery of meals to diners with food allergies, intolerances, or sensitivities, including gluten intolerance and celiac disease. Successful completion of AllerTrain™ earns participants certification good for three years.

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There are eight foods that account for 90% of food allergic reactions in the U.S

  • peanut Peanuts
  • tree nut Tree Nuts
  • milk bottle Milk
  • egg Eggs
  • Wheat
  • soybean Soy
  • fish Fish
  • lobster Shellfish

allertrain k12

Available live or by webinar.

AllerTrain K-12™ increases awareness of the growing prevalence of food allergies among school-aged children and provides simple solutions to ensure safer standard operating procedures to create a safe cafeteria for every child. The live online webinar, guided by an AllerTrain™ professional, lasts approximately 90 minutes.

allertrain lite

Available live or by webinar.

AllerTrain™ Lite is a condensed version of the AllerTrain™ course which teaches food handling procedures to ensure safe delivery of meals to diners with food allergies, intolerances, or sensitivities, including gluten intolerance and Celiac disease.

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Available live or by webinar.

AllerTrain U™ provides a clear understanding of food allergies, intolerances and sensitivities, celiac disease and other special dietary needs of college and university students and offers best practices for food allergen and gluten-free food service management.

allerchef

Available by webinar only.

AllerChef™ provides training for chefs on how to make gluten-free and allergen-friendly menu items in today’s commercial kitchens. The live online webinar, guided by an AllerTrain™ professional, lasts approximately 90 minutes. The curriculum builds off of the basic AllerTrain™ training session, but with specific information relevant to professional chefs.

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