Food allergy awareness depends on a successful communications strategy

Nicole Gutierrez
May 17 · 4 min read
According to a recent FARE study, the number of children in the U.S. with peanut allergy more than tripled between 1997 and 2008. (Image source)
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  1. The general public and media do not see MS in the same vein that they see food allergy.
  2. Heightened awareness of the food allergy epidemic depends on a successful communications strategy.

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Clyde Group

Clyde Group is an award-winning communications and public affairs firm in Washington D.C., driven by strategy, creativity and experience.