Dear Valued Reader,
When the team at Food Allergy Canada first set up this blog, the goal was simple: to provide a resource that gave a unique perspective for adults living with allergies. Since our launch in 2014, we have been thrilled to see this resource turn into such a supportive and sharing community. We are incredibly proud of our team of volunteer writers who have written over 150 articles during this span, reaching tens of thousands of views.
Part of our overall mission is to educate, support and advocate for the needs of both individuals and families living with food allergies and at-risk for anaphylaxis. As we know, there are a lot of resources aimed at families, which is why we truly appreciate the focus of this blog. As we embark on launching a new Food Allergy Canada website, we feel the timing is right to help even more adults with allergies by integrating this blog into our main site.
We believe this move will multiply the impact and support we can provide for adults with food allergies. We expect the move to be finalized by the end of April and appreciate your understanding as we transition over. You’ll be able to find new and past Adults with Allergies blog posts on the Food Allergy Canada website starting April 8th. The blog will be housed under the News section of the site.
We are truly excited to have more resources devoted to creating, promoting and sharing exceptional content for adults with allergies.
Thank you for helping us grow this wonderful community! We look forward to sharing the next chapter with you.
Kyle Dine & Dylan Brennan
Editors of the Adults with Allergies Blog
If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch with the Food Allergy Canada office.