SpoonfulOne is revolutionizing how families approach potentially allergenic foods. We believe that everyone deserves to enjoy food fearlessly. Our products are designed to set the stage for a lifetime of food enjoyment — before foods become allergens.


let's talk about food allergies

Babies born today are more likely to develop a food allergy.

30% of children with food allergies have more than one, limiting their lifestyle from a young age.

2/3 of children with food allergies do not have parents with food allergies, which some experts attribute to environmental and nutritional factors.


early and often

SpoonfulOne makes it easy to help your child stay accustomed to the foods most commonly responsible for food allergies.
With just one small packet a day, you can set a healthy foundation for your child to enjoy a lifetime of food experiences.

the science speaks for itself

Current science advises parents to feed common potentially allergenic foods early and often.

study 1

Avoiding a potentially allergenic food increased the risk 5-to-1 that a child would develop an allergy to that food.

LEAP Study, NEJM 2015 LEAP ON, NEJM 2016 National Institute of Health (NIH)

study 2

Children can begin eating potentially allergenic foods as early as 4–6 months, and delaying introduction may increase the risk of developing a food allergy in the future.

The American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology EAT Study, NEJM 2016

study 3

A child who lacks early dietary diversity has an increased risk of asthma, atopic dermatitis, and food allergies.

Roduit C, et al, J Allergy Clin Immunol 2014 Nwaru B, et al, J Allergy Clin Immunol 2014
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