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Food Allergies - undeclared allergens

If you suspect that there is an undeclared allergen in a food, contact MPI Food Safety on 0800 00 83 33, or by email: info@mpi.govt.nz.

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 offers 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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Allergy New Zealand’s 2019 Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 18 September, 6pm – 8pm, at 581 Mt Eden Road, Mt Eden, Auckland. Members have been advised. All are welcome – please RSVP to (09) 623 3912 if you would like to attend.

July 2019

Labelling allergens on medicines

Medsafe has announced plans to include food allergens on medicine labels and has opened consultation on their proposals.

Allergy NZ is currently drafting a submission and welcomes suggestions or feedback from anyone who is able to go through Medsafe’s survey. Individuals can also make their own submission.

For further information or discussion, please email allergy@allergy.org.nz

Anaphylaxis information resources

Translations into Māori, Samoan and Tongan are now available, thanks to the support of Starship Foundation and ASCIA. The information sheets that have been translated are:

• Anaphylaxis Patient Information
• Fact sheet for Parents
• First Aid for Anaphylaxis
• How to give EpiPen.

These are also available in English and other languages including Chinese and Arabic. Go here to access these.

June 2019
Guide to allergies v2-238-848
Allergies Guide

The Ministry of Education has launched a Guide to Allergies for schools and early childhood services.

It includes:
  • information to increase understanding of allergies and anaphylaxis
  • four key strategies for schools and early childhood services
  • key resources.
Go here to see more.

Allergy New Zealand has been on the move! New Allergy NZ office V2-366

After six years in our Grafton office, we are returning to a familiar neighbourhood – Mt Eden! A large verandaed villa at 581 Mt Eden Road will be our new Head Office. 

But wait, there’s more …

We’re excited to announce that our new neighbours are Asthma New Zealand. Both organisations could see the benefits that a shared location would bring to our members and stakeholders. 

Our office is open, but our landlines will not be operational for a couple more weeks. Please contact us by email instead – allergy@allergy.org.nz

And as always, if you have an emergency, please dial 111. 


Latest food recalls 


6 June 2019

Daesang brand rice seasoning mixes recalled due to undeclared milk and egg

Importers are recalling all batches and all dates of Daesang brand Boc Rice, Seafood Rice Sprinkles and Vegetable Rice Sprinkles due to the presence of undeclared allergens (milk and egg). See more information here

To get updates directly, subscribe to MPI updates.

February 2019 
Media release re Hellers prosecution over mispackaged Sizzlers sausages

Joint media release from the Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) and Allergy New Zealand – read here

Allergy Today e-newsletter

Our June issue of Allergy Today e-newsletter is available here. If you would like to subscribe to receive future issues click here.

See past issues:
Untitled-133

Pollen Calendar 

FREE Annual Pollen Calendar
Download your very own copy here.

pollen sample-982
 

2018 Food Allergen Labelling Guide

There are now 10 food allergens which must be declared on labels, and/or information provided on food for sale. Allergy New Zealand’s 2018 Food Allergen Labelling Guide is available here.

Guide to ACC Cover for Allergic Reactions (Anaphylaxis)

January 2018
The ACC guide, developed in consultation with Allergy New Zealand and Allergy specialists, is now available online here 
For more information on anaphylaxis, and advice on ACC claims, go here

Thai's First Ambulance Ride 

The latest in the Thai series for children by author and food allergy mum, Jackie Nevard, founder of ‘My Food Allergy Friends’ is now available from Allergy New Zealand. Join Thai as he experiences his first anaphylactic reaction. Discover what symptoms he had, how his family helped him and what happened after he was given his first EpiPen. $17.99 or member price $15.99, go here to purchase. 
Thai's First Ambulance Ride cover-153

Hospitality training video

27 July, 2016

hospo-vid-832

Aimed at front-of-house staff, this video describes steps to take in serving a customer with food allergies.
 
Find more information here.

Who are we?Green Donate button sml

Allergy New Zealand is a national charity that offers 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
 

Looking for help?

membership front page(copy)
Memberships
Allergy help front page(copy)
Allergy FAQs
allergy diagnosis
Diagnosis
back to school tips(copy)
Back to school tips

Latest news

July 2019

Labelling allergens on medicines

Medsafe has announced plans to include food allergens on medicine labels and has opened consultation on their proposals.

Allergy NZ is currently drafting a submission and welcomes suggestions or feedback from anyone who is able to go through Medsafe’s survey. Individuals can also make their own submission.

For further information or discussion, please email allergy@allergy.org.nz

Anaphylaxis information resources

Translations into Māori, Samoan and Tongan are now available, thanks to the support of Starship Foundation and ASCIA. The information sheets that have been translated are:

• Anaphylaxis Patient Information
• Fact sheet for Parents
• First Aid for Anaphylaxis
• How to give EpiPen.

These are also available in English and other languages including Chinese and Arabic. Go here to access these.

June 2019
Guide to allergies v2-238-848
Allergies Guide

The Ministry of Education has launched a Guide to Allergies for schools and early childhood services.

It includes:
  • information to increase understanding of allergies and anaphylaxis
  • four key strategies for schools and early childhood services
  • key resources.
Go here to see more.

Allergy New Zealand has been on the move! New Allergy NZ office V2-366

After six years in our Grafton office, we are returning to a familiar neighbourhood – Mt Eden! A large verandaed villa at 581 Mt Eden Road will be our new Head Office. 

But wait, there’s more …

We’re excited to announce that our new neighbours are Asthma New Zealand. Both organisations could see the benefits that a shared location would bring to our members and stakeholders. 

Our office is open, but our landlines will not be operational for a couple more weeks. Please contact us by email instead – allergy@allergy.org.nz

And as always, if you have an emergency, please dial 111. 


Latest food recalls 


6 June 2019

Daesang brand rice seasoning mixes recalled due to undeclared milk and egg

Importers are recalling all batches and all dates of Daesang brand Boc Rice, Seafood Rice Sprinkles and Vegetable Rice Sprinkles due to the presence of undeclared allergens (milk and egg). See more information here

To get updates directly, subscribe to MPI updates.

February 2019 
Media release re Hellers prosecution over mispackaged Sizzlers sausages

Joint media release from the Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) and Allergy New Zealand – read here

Allergy Today e-newsletter

Our June issue of Allergy Today e-newsletter is available here. If you would like to subscribe to receive future issues click here.

See past issues:
Untitled-133

Pollen Calendar 

FREE Annual Pollen Calendar
Download your very own copy here.

pollen sample-982
 

2018 Food Allergen Labelling Guide

There are now 10 food allergens which must be declared on labels, and/or information provided on food for sale. Allergy New Zealand’s 2018 Food Allergen Labelling Guide is available here.

Guide to ACC Cover for Allergic Reactions (Anaphylaxis)

January 2018
The ACC guide, developed in consultation with Allergy New Zealand and Allergy specialists, is now available online here 
For more information on anaphylaxis, and advice on ACC claims, go here

Thai's First Ambulance Ride 

The latest in the Thai series for children by author and food allergy mum, Jackie Nevard, founder of ‘My Food Allergy Friends’ is now available from Allergy New Zealand. Join Thai as he experiences his first anaphylactic reaction. Discover what symptoms he had, how his family helped him and what happened after he was given his first EpiPen. $17.99 or member price $15.99, go here to purchase. 
Thai's First Ambulance Ride cover-153

Hospitality training video

27 July, 2016

hospo-vid-832

Aimed at front-of-house staff, this video describes steps to take in serving a customer with food allergies.
 
Find more information here.

Who are we?Green Donate button sml

Allergy New Zealand is a national charity that offers 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
 

Looking for help?

membership front page(copy)
Memberships
Allergy help front page(copy)
Allergy FAQs
allergy diagnosis
Diagnosis
back to school tips(copy)
Back to school tips

Latest news

July 2019

Labelling allergens on medicines

Medsafe has announced plans to include food allergens on medicine labels and has opened consultation on their proposals.

Allergy NZ is currently drafting a submission and welcomes suggestions or feedback from anyone who is able to go through Medsafe’s survey. Individuals can also make their own submission.

For further information or discussion, please email allergy@allergy.org.nz

Anaphylaxis information resources

Translations into Māori, Samoan and Tongan are now available, thanks to the support of Starship Foundation and ASCIA. The information sheets that have been translated are:

• Anaphylaxis Patient Information
• Fact sheet for Parents
• First Aid for Anaphylaxis
• How to give EpiPen.

These are also available in English and other languages including Chinese and Arabic. Go here to access these.

June 2019
Guide to allergies v2-238-848
Allergies Guide

The Ministry of Education has launched a Guide to Allergies for schools and early childhood services.

It includes:
  • information to increase understanding of allergies and anaphylaxis
  • four key strategies for schools and early childhood services
  • key resources.
Go here to see more.

Allergy New Zealand has been on the move! New Allergy NZ office V2-366

After six years in our Grafton office, we are returning to a familiar neighbourhood – Mt Eden! A large verandaed villa at 581 Mt Eden Road will be our new Head Office. 

But wait, there’s more …

We’re excited to announce that our new neighbours are Asthma New Zealand. Both organisations could see the benefits that a shared location would bring to our members and stakeholders. 

Our office is open, but our landlines will not be operational for a couple more weeks. Please contact us by email instead – allergy@allergy.org.nz

And as always, if you have an emergency, please dial 111. 


Latest food recalls 


6 June 2019

Daesang brand rice seasoning mixes recalled due to undeclared milk and egg

Importers are recalling all batches and all dates of Daesang brand Boc Rice, Seafood Rice Sprinkles and Vegetable Rice Sprinkles due to the presence of undeclared allergens (milk and egg). See more information here

To get updates directly, subscribe to MPI updates.

February 2019 
Media release re Hellers prosecution over mispackaged Sizzlers sausages

Joint media release from the Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) and Allergy New Zealand – read here

Allergy Today e-newsletter

Our June issue of Allergy Today e-newsletter is available here. If you would like to subscribe to receive future issues click here.

See past issues:
Untitled-133

Pollen Calendar 

FREE Annual Pollen Calendar
Download your very own copy here.

pollen sample-982
 

2018 Food Allergen Labelling Guide

There are now 10 food allergens which must be declared on labels, and/or information provided on food for sale. Allergy New Zealand’s 2018 Food Allergen Labelling Guide is available here.

Guide to ACC Cover for Allergic Reactions (Anaphylaxis)

January 2018
The ACC guide, developed in consultation with Allergy New Zealand and Allergy specialists, is now available online here 
For more information on anaphylaxis, and advice on ACC claims, go here

Thai's First Ambulance Ride 

The latest in the Thai series for children by author and food allergy mum, Jackie Nevard, founder of ‘My Food Allergy Friends’ is now available from Allergy New Zealand. Join Thai as he experiences his first anaphylactic reaction. Discover what symptoms he had, how his family helped him and what happened after he was given his first EpiPen. $17.99 or member price $15.99, go here to purchase. 
Thai's First Ambulance Ride cover-153

Hospitality training video

27 July, 2016

hospo-vid-832

Aimed at front-of-house staff, this video describes steps to take in serving a customer with food allergies.
 
Find more information here.

Who are we?Green Donate button sml

Allergy New Zealand is a national charity that offers 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
 

Looking for help?

membership front page(copy)
Memberships
Allergy help front page(copy)
Allergy FAQs
allergy diagnosis
Diagnosis
back to school tips(copy)
Back to school tips

Latest news

July 2019

Labelling allergens on medicines

Medsafe has announced plans to include food allergens on medicine labels and has opened consultation on their proposals.

Allergy NZ is currently drafting a submission and welcomes suggestions or feedback from anyone who is able to go through Medsafe’s survey. Individuals can also make their own submission.

For further information or discussion, please email allergy@allergy.org.nz

Anaphylaxis information resources

Translations into Māori, Samoan and Tongan are now available, thanks to the support of Starship Foundation and ASCIA. The information sheets that have been translated are:

• Anaphylaxis Patient Information
• Fact sheet for Parents
• First Aid for Anaphylaxis
• How to give EpiPen.

These are also available in English and other languages including Chinese and Arabic. Go here to access these.

June 2019
Guide to allergies v2-238-848
Allergies Guide

The Ministry of Education has launched a Guide to Allergies for schools and early childhood services.

It includes:
  • information to increase understanding of allergies and anaphylaxis
  • four key strategies for schools and early childhood services
  • key resources.
Go here to see more.

Allergy New Zealand has been on the move! New Allergy NZ office V2-366

After six years in our Grafton office, we are returning to a familiar neighbourhood – Mt Eden! A large verandaed villa at 581 Mt Eden Road will be our new Head Office. 

But wait, there’s more …

We’re excited to announce that our new neighbours are Asthma New Zealand. Both organisations could see the benefits that a shared location would bring to our members and stakeholders. 

Our office is open, but our landlines will not be operational for a couple more weeks. Please contact us by email instead – allergy@allergy.org.nz

And as always, if you have an emergency, please dial 111. 


Latest food recalls 


6 June 2019

Daesang brand rice seasoning mixes recalled due to undeclared milk and egg

Importers are recalling all batches and all dates of Daesang brand Boc Rice, Seafood Rice Sprinkles and Vegetable Rice Sprinkles due to the presence of undeclared allergens (milk and egg). See more information here

To get updates directly, subscribe to MPI updates.

February 2019 
Media release re Hellers prosecution over mispackaged Sizzlers sausages

Joint media release from the Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) and Allergy New Zealand – read here

Allergy Today e-newsletter

Our June issue of Allergy Today e-newsletter is available here. If you would like to subscribe to receive future issues click here.

See past issues:
Untitled-133

Pollen Calendar 

FREE Annual Pollen Calendar
Download your very own copy here.

pollen sample-982
 

2018 Food Allergen Labelling Guide

There are now 10 food allergens which must be declared on labels, and/or information provided on food for sale. Allergy New Zealand’s 2018 Food Allergen Labelling Guide is available here.

Guide to ACC Cover for Allergic Reactions (Anaphylaxis)

January 2018
The ACC guide, developed in consultation with Allergy New Zealand and Allergy specialists, is now available online here 
For more information on anaphylaxis, and advice on ACC claims, go here

Thai's First Ambulance Ride 

The latest in the Thai series for children by author and food allergy mum, Jackie Nevard, founder of ‘My Food Allergy Friends’ is now available from Allergy New Zealand. Join Thai as he experiences his first anaphylactic reaction. Discover what symptoms he had, how his family helped him and what happened after he was given his first EpiPen. $17.99 or member price $15.99, go here to purchase. 
Thai's First Ambulance Ride cover-153

Hospitality training video

27 July, 2016

hospo-vid-832

Aimed at front-of-house staff, this video describes steps to take in serving a customer with food allergies.
 
Find more information here.

Who are we?Green Donate button sml

Allergy New Zealand is a national charity that offers 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
 

Looking for help?

membership front page(copy)
Memberships
Allergy help front page(copy)
Allergy FAQs
allergy diagnosis
Diagnosis
back to school tips(copy)
Back to school tips

Latest news

July 2019

Labelling allergens on medicines

Medsafe has announced plans to include food allergens on medicine labels and has opened consultation on their proposals.

Allergy NZ is currently drafting a submission and welcomes suggestions or feedback from anyone who is able to go through Medsafe’s survey. Individuals can also make their own submission.

For further information or discussion, please email allergy@allergy.org.nz

Anaphylaxis information resources

Translations into Māori, Samoan and Tongan are now available, thanks to the support of Starship Foundation and ASCIA. The information sheets that have been translated are:

• Anaphylaxis Patient Information
• Fact sheet for Parents
• First Aid for Anaphylaxis
• How to give EpiPen.

These are also available in English and other languages including Chinese and Arabic. Go here to access these.

June 2019
Guide to allergies v2-238-848
Allergies Guide

The Ministry of Education has launched a Guide to Allergies for schools and early childhood services.

It includes:
  • information to increase understanding of allergies and anaphylaxis
  • four key strategies for schools and early childhood services
  • key resources.
Go here to see more.

Allergy New Zealand has been on the move! New Allergy NZ office V2-366

After six years in our Grafton office, we are returning to a familiar neighbourhood – Mt Eden! A large verandaed villa at 581 Mt Eden Road will be our new Head Office. 

But wait, there’s more …

We’re excited to announce that our new neighbours are Asthma New Zealand. Both organisations could see the benefits that a shared location would bring to our members and stakeholders. 

Our office is open, but our landlines will not be operational for a couple more weeks. Please contact us by email instead – allergy@allergy.org.nz

And as always, if you have an emergency, please dial 111. 


Latest food recalls 


6 June 2019

Daesang brand rice seasoning mixes recalled due to undeclared milk and egg

Importers are recalling all batches and all dates of Daesang brand Boc Rice, Seafood Rice Sprinkles and Vegetable Rice Sprinkles due to the presence of undeclared allergens (milk and egg). See more information here

To get updates directly, subscribe to MPI updates.

February 2019 
Media release re Hellers prosecution over mispackaged Sizzlers sausages

Joint media release from the Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) and Allergy New Zealand – read here

Allergy Today e-newsletter

Our June issue of Allergy Today e-newsletter is available here. If you would like to subscribe to receive future issues click here.

See past issues:
Untitled-133

Pollen Calendar 

FREE Annual Pollen Calendar
Download your very own copy here.

pollen sample-982
 

2018 Food Allergen Labelling Guide

There are now 10 food allergens which must be declared on labels, and/or information provided on food for sale. Allergy New Zealand’s 2018 Food Allergen Labelling Guide is available here.

Guide to ACC Cover for Allergic Reactions (Anaphylaxis)

January 2018
The ACC guide, developed in consultation with Allergy New Zealand and Allergy specialists, is now available online here 
For more information on anaphylaxis, and advice on ACC claims, go here

Thai's First Ambulance Ride 

The latest in the Thai series for children by author and food allergy mum, Jackie Nevard, founder of ‘My Food Allergy Friends’ is now available from Allergy New Zealand. Join Thai as he experiences his first anaphylactic reaction. Discover what symptoms he had, how his family helped him and what happened after he was given his first EpiPen. $17.99 or member price $15.99, go here to purchase. 
Thai's First Ambulance Ride cover-153

Hospitality training video

27 July, 2016

hospo-vid-832

Aimed at front-of-house staff, this video describes steps to take in serving a customer with food allergies.
 
Find more information here.

Anaphylaxis Campaign - #takethekit

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 here.

 

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