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.

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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.

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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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