644 parents completed the online survey (60% male children, average age at diagnosis 21.8 months). The most common allergies were peanut (49%), milk (23%), and egg (18%). 51% of families were given advice regarding the introduction of other allergenic foods, 97% followed through with this advice. 72% were told to avoid certain foods, 41% to delay certain foods, and 14% were given varied advice. 58% of parents avoided or delayed other highly allergenic foods, mainly due to a fear of allergic reaction or anaphylaxis (93%). 69% of children did not have an allergic reaction when these foods were introduced. 68% of parents felt moderate or high levels of anxiety when introducing other foods.