SpoonfulONE is the most complete way to introduce and keep food allergens in a baby's diet. The New USDA Guidelines recommend that, as soon as babies start solids at 4-6 months, they should routinely eat common allergens such as peanuts, egg, cow milk products, tree nuts, wheat, shellfish, fish, and soy. Developed by Stanford University pediatric allergist, Dr. Kari Nadeau, SpoonfulONE products (Mix-Ins, Puffs, and Oat Crackers) contains 16 foods covering over 90% of food allergies, making it easy for parents to follow the new USDA Guidelines and routinely feed common allergens. SpoonfulONE is available at select Target stores across the nation, Target.com, Amazon.com, and SpoonfulONE.com.
Please Join Us: Implementing the New USDA Infant Feeding Guidelines - Sat, 10/9, 12pm CDT. Register Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_49piauyiQwum_SBgbixS7w
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View our Poster: Direct-To-Participant Recruitment Through Electronic Health Records for a Virtual Pediatric Early Allergen Feeding Study
Our Medical team and Advisors launched the virtual INTENT Study, following 1,500 infants recruited at age 4-6 months for 18 months, then randomized 1:1 to SpoonfulONE or control. With our study partner, Duke University, we report experiences using novel recruitment tools to reach potential participants. Find "Direct-To-Participant Recruitment Through Electronic Health Records for a Virtual Pediatric Early Allergen Feeding Study" under the Section on Advances in Therapeutics and Technology Program (VH1410).