The FDA provides helpful general information about food allergies, the laws governing food allergen labeling and what to do in case of allergic food reactions.
To protect school-age children, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offer resources for managing food allergies at school. Their toolkit is valuable for school food workers, parents and other adults responsible for children in a school setting.
For even more information, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) maintains a large library of resources on food allergy, celiac disease and lactose intolerance that you can consult. You can also review the FASTER Act of 2021 to learn about federal legislation designed to protect people with food allergies.