Allergy Prevention

ASCIA FAQ - How to introduce solid foods for allergy prevention Updated May 2018 
pdfASCIA PCC How to introduce solid foods FAQ 2018184.56 KB 

Allergy Prevention FAQs  Updated August 2018
pdfASCIA PCC Allergy Prevention Infants FAQs 2016192.02 KB   

ASCIA Guidelines - Infant feeding and allergy prevention 
pdfASCIA Guidelines - Infant feeding and allergy prevention 2016197.6 KB 

ASCIA guidelines on this webpage are for parents and health professionals.

Food service providers (such as early childhood education/care services) should refer to the ASCIA guidelines for prevention of anaphylaxis in schools, preschools and childcare services:

Content updated August 2018

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