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Honorary Ambassador, Sir Peter Charles Leitch QSM, became involved with Allergy New Zealand because of his grandson, Ruben's, severe food allergies. His support and generosity over the past few years is immeasurable.

EpiPen expiry dates
  • EpiPen Junior – Expiry April 2016
  • EpiPen Adult – Expiry June 2016

For more information on the EpiPen, click here.

Anapen expiry dates

The supplier advised in June 2014 that the Anapen was out of stock in New Zealand. They have confirmed there is no likelihood the Anapen will be re-introduced during this calendar year (2015) in either Australia or New Zealand.

Food Allergies - undeclared allergens

If you suspect that there is an undeclared allergen in a food, contact MPI Food Safety on 0800 693 721, or by email: or your local Public Health Unit.

For more details go to MPI Food Safety here

Information on potential food allergens that must be declared on food labels or made available to you if you ask for it. See the Food Smart website here

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Allergy New Zealand is a national charity that provides you with reliable information, education and support so you can manage your or your child's allergy and live an active and healthy lifestyle. Start your Allergy Journey here

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#takethekit Anaphylaxis Campaign

Our friends at Anaphylaxis Campaign have recently released a hard-hitting short film to alert severely allergic young people to the importance of carrying their Adrenaline Auto-Injector (AAI), the first line of treatment for anaphylaxis. Watch the video below and share it! Or go here.


Potential contamination of Cumin in the US and Europe

The Ministry for Primary Industries is aware of the potential contamination of cumin with peanut and almond protein in the United States and Europe. Go here for their statement on this issue 

Allergy New Zealand reminds you, if you have an unexpected food-allergic reaction, to do the following:

  1. Follow your allergy action plan. Seek medical advice if necessary.
  2. If a known allergen is not declared on the label, contact the manufacturer to find out if the allergen is in the product, or if there is the likelihood of cross-contact with the allergen.
  3. If you suspect an undeclared allergen is in the product, contact MAF (Food Safety) on 0800 693 721 or by email:
  4. If possible, also, inform Allergy New Zealand of your complaint and who you have passed it onto:
Email or ph (09) 623 3912 or 0800 34 0800
  1. Keep a sample of the product and the original package. Make a note of the batch number and best before date, and exact product name and size. If an undeclared allergen is detected, a product recall may be issued.

Food Recall!

Recalling Venerdi Brand Toast Me Organics Sourdough Gluten Free Bread Loaf 600g due to gluten contamination.
Read more here.

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