Peanut Allergy Bracelet

Peanut Allergy Bracelet

SKU: BR-10001
Barcode: 819556010100
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Does your child have peanut allergies?  Keep kids with food allergies safe with these fun peanut allergy bracelets from AllerMates.  Peanut allergies can be a drag, but staying safe doesn't have to be!  AllerMates designed these fun, colorful allergy bracelets to serve as an important reminde...

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        Does your child have peanut allergies?  Keep kids with food allergies safe with these fun peanut allergy bracelets from AllerMates.  Peanut allergies can be a drag, but staying safe doesn't have to be!  AllerMates designed these fun, colorful allergy bracelets to serve as an important reminder to caretakers of your child's peanut allergies.

        With P. Nutty on your kid's arm, you'll never have to worry when your child is in the care of a teacher, coach or other adult!

        • Our peanut allergy bracelets meet and exceed U.S. and European safety standards for children's products.
        • Designed with three, adjustable snaps, AllerMates allergy bracelets will fit the wrist size of most kids with food allergies ages 3+.
        • Measures 7" in length.
        • This bracelet is latex free.
         Item #819556010100

        Kids can learn about PEANUT ALLERGIES in a safe and engaging place at our Kids Club.

         

         

        Founded in 2009, AllerMates was created by a mom, following a scary incident involving her food allergic child.  Seven years later AllerMates bracelets have been worn on the wrists of over 500,000 kids worldwide!

         

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