All about Allergens Resource Hub

Resources to assist you to adopt best practice procedures for food allergen management in your workplace.

General food service
For food business owners, cooks, chefs and wait staff.
Hospitals and healthcare
For kitchen and food service managers, kitchen staff, dietitians and ward staff.

Schools

For canteen staff, boarding school kitchen staff, food technology teachers and senior students.

Children’s Education and Care

For service managers, cooks, chefs, educators and teachers.

Camps

For chefs, cooks and kitchen staff working in camps.
Standardised recipe template

Standardised recipe template

Use this template to create standardised recipes that everyone follows when preparing food.

Ingredient substitution tool

A list of alternative ingredients that can be substituted for allergen containing ingredients.

Food allergen menu matrix

A chart that lists all the menu items, and shows which common food allergens are present as ingredients.
Food standards

Food standards

Information about the Food Standards Code and your responsibilities as a food service provider.
Consumers

Consumers

For your self education as well as educating those around you such as family, friends, babysitters.

Courses

Courses

Free online courses to gain knowledge about food allergy.
Videos

Videos

Animations that demonstrate best practice food allergen management.

Resource and train your entire team

in best practice procedures for food allergen management

Food allergy training
free online courses

All training courses

Food allergy training resources AO

For authorised officers

Food allergy education
for the community

Education resources and videos

A food allergy awareness project supported by

The National Allergy Strategy is an initiative of the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) and Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia (A&AA), as the leading medical and patient organisations for allergy in Australia.
www.nationalallergystrategy.org.au

This project received funding from the Australian Government Department of Health.

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