The hunt for peanut and tree nut free Easter eggs in Singapore is over! Although there are no traditional hollow chocolate Easter eggs that fall into this category, Cadbury’s Crème eggs produced in the UK are indeed both peanut and tree nut free. Cadbury Crème eggs produced in other countries such as Australia and [...]
Gardenia Bread is not suitable for those with a walnut allergy. Would you know this from looking at the labeling? No! Would you know this from calling the company? Possibly not (it depends on who you talk to). The importance of correct and informative food labeling is never more apparent then when shopping for people [...]
Sneezywheezy.com hunts down relevant world allergy news and articles for you! Click here for an insightful article from The Daily Mail (UK) about the impact a child’s nut allergy has on themselves, school, socializing and their parents. ~ Vicky
EpiPens in Singapore : Will it become standard practice to receive EpiPens with the shelf life of a year at point of purchase?
EpiPens are manufactured to provide the consumer with at least a one-year shelf life, at the point of purchase. However the previous EpiPens available to consumers in Singapore had a much shorter and distinctly less generous shelf life. Less generous by about six months. Being an expensive but compulsory piece of medical equipment for people [...]
sneezywheezy.com hunts down relevant World Allergy News for you! Great article from the The Daily Mail (UK) about how some Allergy Tests can produce very misleading results. Humorous article, which highlights some valid issues. http://snappyurl.net/3857 ~ Vicky