• kids cooking
  • girl camp
  • boy eating
  • eating out
  • boy on plane
  • girl hospital
  • going shopping

Privacy

When you visit the National Allergy Strategy Food Allergy Education website, we will not collect personally identifiable information about you, unless such information is provided voluntarily by you.

The personally identifiable information collected is strictly confidential and we will not reveal, disclose, sell, distribute, share or otherwise pass on to any third parties any personal information that you may have provided unless permitted by law or if we have your express written consent to do so. You should also be aware that non-personal information and data might be automatically collected through the use of "cookies". Cookies are pieces of information that a website can use to recognise repeated usage, facilitate the users on getting access to and use of the website and allow a website to track usage behaviour and compile aggregate data that will allow content improvement and targeted advertising. The use of cookies is standard and you will find that most websites use them. Most Internet browsers are pre-set to accept cookies. If you prefer not to receive cookies, you can adjust your Internet browser to refuse cookies or to warn you when cookies are being used.

Currently we are using Google Analytics to analyse the audience of the website and improve our content. No personal information is collected from Google Analytics. For further information on the privacy policy concerning Google Analytics go to www.google.com/intl/en/analytics/privacyoverview.html

This website contains links to other websites as a convenience only and the inclusion of any link does not imply any endorsement of the linked website. These linked websites are not under our control and we are therefore not responsible for the contents of any linked websites or any hyperlink contained in any linked websites. 

Content updated July 2017

Reporting reactions
what you need to know 

reporting a reaction

Find out what to do if you have an allergic reaction when eating out and you told the staff about your allergy when ordering or after eating a packaged food that was incorrectly labelled.
Learn more...

All about Allergens training
for food service 

home page preparation

Learn about how to improve food allergy management by undertaking the FREE All about Allergens training course for food service. This course is designed for anyone working in food service. Go to course... 

For teens and young adults
250K website

250K face

This website aims to provide age-appropriate information to help young people living with severe allergies, and to help them to feel more connected with other teens and young adults going through similar experiences. Go to 250K.org.au

 




Feedback

 
 




Feedback