Monday, October 30, 2017

Association for Healthcare Foodservice (AHF)

Even though I have now contacted the majority of U.S. hospitals re: protocol for treating corn-allergic patients, I decided to contact the dietary department at the hospital where I had surgery in March (and where I will have my next surgery) to verify if they now stock guaranteed corn-free liquids to comply with the surgeon-ordered, liquid-only diet after my surgery. They only gave me the brand names of the liquids, so I could contact the manufacturers personally. This is unacceptable!

As a result, I am now contacting the food service industry with corn allergy documentation and statistics.


Association for Healthcare Foodservice (AHF), McLean, VA, @ahfnetwork + Email:

Chicago Midwest, Barrington, Email:
Florida, St. Petersburg, Email:
Greater New Jersey, Freehold, Email:
Hoosier, Richmond, IN, Email:
Mid-Atlantic, Email:
New York, New York, Email:
Ohio Valley, Columbus, Email:
Oregon, Madras, Email:
Paradise, Hollywood, FL, Email:
Philadelphia/South Jersey, West Chester, PA, Email:
Southern California, Chatsworth, Email:
Texas, Dallas, Email:
Washington State, Bellevue, Email:
Wisconsin, Waukesha, Email:

United States Hospitals/Health Systems Contacted Re: Protocol for Treating Corn-Allergic Patients

Published Corn Allergy Studies/Statistics (“. . . Maize major allergen . . .”)

Corn Allergy Statistics (Monthly)

“Corn Products and Derivatives List,” Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT), 6/6/17

Diane H., Corn Allergy Advocate
Corn Allergy Advocacy/Resources


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