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Weaning Allergen Tracker Sticker Chart

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Introducing our new allergen sticker chart! This tracker is a useful tool for helping parents with the introduction of common food allergens with their baby. The chart comes with a sheet of 24 stickers, including two stickers per allergen group. Once baby has been introduced to and tolerated a food allergen, pop this on their allergen chart using the relevant sticker. 

We have included a supporting booklet with the chart so that parents can learn about some key facts and helpful information for introducing allergen foods with their baby, written by Paediatrician Dietician, Lucy Upton. @childrensdietician 

You can use the spare food character sticker to capture any notes in the back of the little booklet. The order of the foods on the chart is also a helpful guide as to the order for introducing the foods.

The chart is printed onto quality paper and then covered with lamination. We recommend a permanent marker pen works well for writing onto the laminated chart!

Remember that you also have the option to personalise the chart with your choice of name and photo! Alternatively, you can choose to order the charts blank with no image or name for you to add yourself instead. A fun food illustration will be added in the image area. See the 'Personalised' section below for how to personalise your products.


  • One 'My First Allergen Tracker' Chart
  • A sheet of stickers
  • One 'Introducing Common Food Allergens' booklet - written by Paediatrician Dietitian, Lucy Upton. @childrensdietitian 


Please refer to important information at the bottom of the page before placing your order.

At the time of writing (December 2020) the current guidance referred to (initially dated May 2018) is the BSACI/FASG document 'Infant Feeding & Allergy Prevention Guidance for Parents. This is currently guidance rather than a guideline and is designed to provide useful background and practical advice for parents and professionals, implementing the available evidence from the EAT, LEAP and other studies to support individualised care.

The guidance published is designed to complement a COT review (as referenced below) by a joint specialist committee of the UK Food Standards Agency and Public Health England.

This document acknowledges that targeted advice may be appropriate for infants at a higher risk of developing food allergy:

This information is not a substitute for medical advice, and any individual queries or questions regarding feeding, introduction of these foods, medical diagnosis or treatment should be directed to a child’s individual medical practitioner.

This information was not influenced or funded by any commercial sources or organisations.


We can print and add a photo and name to your chart.

We can print and add a picture for your first photo page! There is a white area below the photo where you can write your baby's name on when it arrives (we recommend that a fine permanent marker pen works the best!). Just select the option and use the image upload function. For bundles with a chart and diary, we will use the same image.

What makes a good photo?

- High resolution
- Clear lighting
- The image will be used in a square frame, so try not to use any really close up images. We can crop the image to best suit the image area.
- Please be aware that any close up images, may result in parts of the photo cropped out. 
- Please make sure that a suitable image is provided to the above specification, as these can not be reprinted.

Shipping & Returns

Royal Mail 2nd Class Standard Shipping (see current Order Lead-times and Shipping). Shipping calculated at checkout. Currently we only ship to the United Kingdom. 

Important Information - Please Read

For all information across the products:

All supporting information supplied with all products is correct at time of writing (March 2021) and may be subject to change. The information across the products, is for education and informational purposes only. It is not intended as a substitute for professional advice or medical advice. Should you decide to act upon the information, you do so at your own risk. Whilst the information is evidence based and verified where possible, we cannot guarantee that there are no mistakes or errors.

Any individual queries or questions regarding feeding, introduction of these foods, how to safely serve foods, medical diagnosis or treatment, first aid or food safety advice, should be directed to either a child’s individual medical practitioner or the relevant professional.