Moms Start Allergy-Friendly Food Pantry for Families Who Can’t Afford Special Diets

Moms Start Allergy-Friendly Food Pantry for Families Who Can’t Afford Special Diets

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Two Kansas moms started the nation’s first allergy-friendly food pantry after they both financially struggled because of their kids’ allergies.

Emily Brown and Amy Goode met at a a food-allergy support group and launched the Food Equality Initiative to make sure everyone can benefit from free groceries.

Since 2015, the pantry, located in a Kansas City church, has distributed over 12,350 pounds of allergy-friendly food to 70 families in need.

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