When A.J. turned one, we went to the allergist to see if he’d outgrown his milk and peanut allergies. No such luck! He’s also allergic to fish, almonds, cashews and shrimp too. Chances are your child has at least one food allergy and medical experts told the Today Show children’s food allergies are on the rise. Keeping children safe from foods with allergens gets harder once they start school and go on play dates. Below you’ll find my review of Mabel’s Labels Allergy Alert stickers, how you can enter to win a set of labels to use for your little one and represent Mabel’s Labels as a brand ambassador.
“Allergy Alerts are durable, waterproof labels that specify allergies on items such as food containers and travel gear. As with all our labels, they are produced in a nut-free facility.” All orders are shipped in 24 hours. They’re safe in the dishwasher or microwave, plus you can easily peel and stick them on a cup, bowl, book bag or lunch box.
Congrats Eliza M. for winning the Allergy Alerts
Enter to win your own set of Mabel’s Labels Allergy Alerts by 9 p.m. EST Monday, January 2, 2012:
- Like Mommy Talk Show on Facebook
- Like Mabel’s Labels on Facebook
- Subscribe to the Mommy Talk Show monthly e-newsletter and confirm
- Comment below and share how you keep your child safe from foods they’re allergic to AND explain that you’ve completed the three steps above.
Disclaimer: Mabel’s Labels provided me with a complimentary set of allergy alert labels to review.
Mommy Talk Show is a Mabel’s Labels affiliate and I’m a Brand Ambassador/BuzzMama.