Did you know?
Food allergies increased
by 50% and nut allergies have
tripled in the last
two decades since
those foods were
removed from infant diets.
the Good News!
Research (led by our co-founder) shows actually including peanut foods in infant diets, early and often, can reduce the risk of peanut allergy by up to 86%.*
The findings changed pediatric feeding guidelines around the globe to encourage early and regular consumption of peanut foods, and other common allergens, starting in infancy.*
Early, Often, Ongoing
As little ones keep growing, ongoing peanut exposure does good for tiny tummies
Versatile quick-dissolve puffs can be softened with breast milk, water or formula, or crumbled into purees for safe and early nut introduction.
Mess-free, stress-free, nutritious snack that toddlers love to chow down on at home or on-the-go (hello, convenient resealable pouch!).
Endless ways to eat adventurously: mix puffs into smoothies or oatmeal, add to trail mix, serve at snack time.
Founded by food allergy parents and the global expert in food allergy prevention, to make it easy and enjoyable to follow new pediatric feeding recommendations for early allergen introduction.*
Led by Mission MightyMe co-founder Dr. Gideon Lack, the LEAP Study findings are clear. It is possible to prevent most peanut allergies, by starting peanut foods in infancy and consuming them regularly. *LEARN MORE
Our science-backed snacks are developed in accordance with our co-founder's research, use only simple, all-natural ingredients, dissolve quickly for babies and taste delicious for big kids, too!
What is the magic window?
4 - 6 Months
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, most babies can start baby-safe peanut foods around 6 months. High-risk babies (with severe eczema or an existing allergy), should start even earlier (4-6 months), but only after evaluation by a physician and possible allergy testing.* Always talk to your pediatrician with any questions about whether your baby is ready for allergen introduction.read more
More than 50% Nuts
No Cane Sugar
Backed by Science
Catherine JaxonCo-Founder & Co-CEO,
Food Allergy Mom Bio
J.J. JaxonCo-Founder & Co-CEO,
Food Allergy Dad Bio
Dr. Gideon LackCo-Founder, Scientific Advisor, Pediatric Allergist Bio
Todd SlotkinCo-Founder & Advisor,
FARE Co-Founder Bio
Our Mighty Mission is driven by the desire to support food allergy prevention research and education and to support food insecure families. To date, Mission MightyMe has donated nearly 20,000 puff pouches to research and to organizations around the country serving families and children in need.
What the Experts are Saying About Mission MightyMe
"Preventing food allergies doesn't have to be complicated. Mission MightyMe has created a nutritious, age-appropriate, evidence-based food to help parents prevent nut allergies, one puff at a time."Alice Hoyt, M.D., F.A.A.A.A.I. Allergist, Hoyt Institute of Food Allergy
"As a board certified pediatric dietitian who knows how important (and how difficult) it can be to introduce and keep peanut in children’s diets, I'm a big fan of Mission MightyMe because their peanut puffs make it easy and they're also based on the science."Bailey Koch, RD, CSP, LD Atlanta Pediatric Nutrition
"The research is clear. It is possible to prevent peanut allergies in the majority of children, and potentially other food allergies as well. Yet, many families still aren’t able to easily follow the new recommendations. We created Mission MightyMe to make early allergen introduction simple for families - a big step forward towards ending the food allergy epidemic."Dr. Gideon Lack LEAP Study Author and Mission MightyMe Co-founder
"By taking a personal family challenge and turning it into an opportunity to help so many families, the founders of Mission MightyMe are trailblazers, bending the curve on children's food allergies. Thank you for helping parents introduce allergens early and raise kids without allergies. You will leave behind a legacy."Dr. Sharon Bergquist, MD, Emory University, Pam R. Rollins Professor of Medicine Medical Director, Emory Executive Health Founder and Director, Emory Lifestyle Medicine & Wellness
"Research shows that early introduction of potential allergens in the first year, starting around 6 months of age, and keeping them in the diet is the easiest and most effective way to prevent food allergies at this point. Mission MightyMe makes it simple for parents to include common allergens like peanuts and tree nuts in their little one's diet in a safe and enjoyable way."Sherry Coleman Collins, MS, RDN, LD
"We want our children to experience a diverse range of foods early in life because it’s important to their development and their ability to eat a variety of foods later in life. Mission MightyMe makes that safe and fun."Laura Hunter, LPN, Pediatric Nurse and Moms on Call Founder
The American Academy of Pediatrics
The National Institutes of Health, National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Disease, American Academy of Pediatrics and others, now recommend introducing peanut- containing foods in infancy to prevent a peanut allergy from developing.READ THE GUIDELINES
"It is important to introduce potentially allergenic foods along with other complementary foods."READ THE GUIDELINES
"Introducing peanut-containing foods in the first year reduces the risk that an infant will develop a food allergy to peanuts."READ THE GUIDELINES
"All infants should be given allergenic solid foods including peanut butter, cooked egg, dairy and wheat products in the first year of life."READ THE GUIDELINES
"Introduce common allergenic foods to high-risk infants around six months of age."READ THE GUIDELINES
"To prevent peanut and egg allergy, introduce peanut and egg to all infants, starting around 6 months of life. Other allergens should be introduced around this time as well. Once introduced, regular ingestion should be maintained."READ THE GUIDELINES