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No Gluten buddy makes show and tell educational

I like to think that my products make a difference and help children take ownership for their allergy.

One of our happy customers took it one step further and wore her new bow and hair bobble for school and used them as her focal point for show and tell.

Melody who is 6 has been gluten free since Easter and has recently been confirmed as having Ceoliac Disease.  When she received her goodies from Allergy Buddies she was inspired to teach her class mates about Ceoliac Disease and why she cannot eat gluten. Her mum Naomi, kept me informed as to the outcome after school. This is what she said…

”She’s come out very happy, she showed everyone the living as a Coeliac booklet and her teacher helped explain the causes of having gluten on Melody’s body. She also spoke to the class about treats brought in and said how would you think it would make Melody feel if she can’t have what you bring in, the class mostly replied sad and said they wouldn’t want her feel like that. She then said that a good way to stop that happening would be to bring in sweets that are safe for Melody like Haribo’s”

It’s fabulous that Melody has taken control and shouted about Ceoliac Disease…it helps raise awareness which is very much needed. Well done Melody and thank you for letting me share your story.


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Allergy Buddies are custom made products to alert everyone of a child’s allergy or intolerance.


Ever had an instance at a crèche, party, play-gym where someone has given your child something that made them ill? Yes me too. I’m sure like me you want to keep your child safe and that is where Allergy Buddies comes in. My little chap is so far intolerant to diary, eggs and we think citric acid as well as hayfever of every description and pet allergies. So I decided to create a brand that would allow a child’s allergy/intolerance to be easily identified by any carer, teacher and other parents and to help prevent those dreaded slips.