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Top 3 FAQs
1. When should I start Stage 3?
You should start Stage 3 when your baby is consistenly eating solids. With our Ready, Set, Food! plan, Stage 3 is a natural progression for when you baby completes Stage 2 or is consistently eating solid foods. If your baby is not consistently eating solids, Stage 1/2 offers a great way to feed your baby the most important allergens through a bottle of breastmilk or formula.
2. Why aren't the Stage 3 allergens in Stage 1 and 2?
This is because peanut, egg, and milk make up 80% of childhood food allergies and can be easily introduced early and often through breastmilk or formula, as per the USDA Guideline recommendations. Stage 3 includes the top 9 allergy-causing foods for children and represent 90% of childhood food allergies and can be easily mixed into solids when your baby starts to consistenly eat solids.
3. If my child didn't have Stage 1 and 2, can they start on Stage 3 if they are old enough?
Yes they can, as long as they are consistently eating solids then Stage 3 is a great way to frequently feed your baby the top 9 childhood food allergies. If you haven't fed your baby peanut, egg, and milk prior to purchasing Stage 3 and you would like help introducing those allergens one at a time, then you can purchase one month of Stage 1 by itself on Amazon:
In honor of Food Allergy Action Month, we are launching a donation program in partnership with Mark Cuban to help give every parent the tools to protect their child from a food allergy. We believe every parent should have equal access to improving their child's health, which is why we are committed to donating one subscription to a family in need for each subscription sold.
Qualifying families can receive a free 6 month subscription to Ready, Set, Food!, in addition to ongoing support from our team of food allergy experts.
Qualifying families with a 3-11 month old include:
Families who have lost their income due to COVID-19
Qualifying families can participate in this program through one of the following ways: