In the rare case of a reaction during feeding, we understand the need to be prepared. Just like any food, it’s possible a child could have a reaction to a food if they’ve already developed a food allergy when they try it.
What to look for: The two most common signs of an allergic reaction for infants and toddlers are hives and vomiting within minutes to two hours. If this or other signs of an allergic reaction occur, discontinue the food and contact your child’s pediatrician.
After you've contacted your pediatrician, please reach out to the INTENT Study team at firstname.lastname@example.org