Useful Food Allergy Links

Allergen Accreditation Useful Food Allergy Links

Useful Food Allergy Links, these will help you to find the information, or contact the right person with regard to any food allergy enquiries. Please click the logo`s below to follow the links.

Food Standards AgencyThe Food Standards Agency is responsible for food safety and food hygiene across the UK. We work with local authorities to enforce food safety regulations


The Anaphylaxis CampaignThe Anaphylaxis Campaign are the only UK wide charity operating solely for the growing numbers of people at risk from severe allergic reactions and anaphylaxis.


Hospital Caterers AssociationThe aims and objectives of the Hospital Caterers Association are the promotion, development and improvement of the standards of catering in hospitals and healthcare establishments in Great Britain, Northern Ireland and elsewhere; the education and training of persons in health care catering services, and the provision and improvement of the professional interests and status of those engaged in health care catering services.


NHS ChoicesHelping put you in charge of your healthcare, NHS Choices is the UK’s biggest health website, certified as a reliable source of health and social care information.
Free From Foods MatterThe UK's fastest growing and most comprehensive resource for freefrom food. Incorporating the industry's only award for excellence for freefrom food – raising the profile of freefrom within the industry and with the consumer.


Action Against AllergyAction Against Allergy (AAA) is a registered national charity founded in 1978 by Mrs Amelia Nathan Hill for people with allergies to share their own allergy problems and express their desperate need for help. Amelia founded AAA to give that help - and it has done so ever since.


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