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A recent study by Food Allergy Research & Education found Black consumers are disproportionately affected by food allergies compared to their white counterparts yet pursue less care, leading FARE to expand access, care and education for marginalized communities. "For centuries, these communities have been mistreated and misled and, as such, they are very cautious and often refuse outside help," said FARE's Dr. Milton Brown, adding, "But I'm confident with truth and engagement we can overcome this."

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