The World Allergy Week 2020 takes place from June 28th - July 4th. Today 30-40% of the world’s population live with an allergic disease1. Why are allergies on the rise and what’s the impact on infants and their families? Each year, we use the momentum to raise awareness for food allergies, but also to give a big thank you to everyone in the field dealing with cow’s milk allergy.

Allergy is on the rise

Allergies are on the rise, affecting 30-40% of the world population1. Some allergies may go unnoticed while others can be life-threatening. In particular, the impact that food allergies have on infants and families reach far beyond symptoms alone. Learn more about the implications of food allergies.

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The science behind nutritional management of cow’s milk allergy


Early life presents an important window of opportunity to positively influence the development of the immune system and gut microbiome. Gut health is strongly linked to allergy development later in life. Inspired by breastmilk research our approach to managing food allergies goes beyond allergen avoidance and looks towards supporting gut and immune fitness through medical nutrition. Hear from real patients and healthcare professionals about managing food allergies.

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A big thank you

We’d like to thank our patients and healthcare professionals for trusting us and collaborating with us to reach our vision to deliver Life Transforming Nutrition to those who need it most.

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Cow’s Milk Allergy

Allergies are on the rise. The right nutrition at the right time can have a positive impact on symptoms, both in the short and long term.


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Inspired by our founders and their early support for mothers and their infants, our nutritional solutions continue to transform the lives of millions of people around the world. 

  1. World Health Organization. White Book on Allergy 2011-2012 Executive Summary. By Prof. Ruby Pawankar, MD, PhD, Prof. Giorgio Walkter Canonica, MD, Prof. Stephen T. Holgate, BSc, MD, DSc, FMed Sci and Prof. Richard F. Lockey, MD.