Tracy Bush is the founder and President of Nutrimom, Inc., a consulting business that specializes in food allergies and helps to provide guidance and support for anyone that has been diagnosed with food allergies. She consults with a variety of people of all ages and has previous work experience with a Medical Doctor in New Jersey. Her experience began prior to starting her business when her own son was diagnosed with multiple food allergies that were life-threatening. Tracy now resides in North Carolina with her husband and two children.
2013- Tracy was one of 16 food allergy bloggers that were invited to attend the first Blogger Summit hosted by Mylan Specialty (makers of Epipen) lead by Sloane Miller (Allergic Girl) and Dr. Ruchi Gupta (Author of The Food Allergy Experience). One of Tracy’s recipes appeared in Enjoy Life Foods 2013 e-cookbook and she has partnered with Surf Sweets Organic Candies & Gummies to write a monthly blog. Her recipes will also be featured in their summer e-cookbook. Tracy has also just announced that she is putting together the first ever FARE Walk for Food Allergies in Winston-Salem, North Carolina set for September 8, 2013.
2012- Tracy welcomed several honors, such as joining the Advisory Panel for The Allergy Menu, a winner in the 2012 Startup Nation Leading Moms in Business Competition as well as the Circle of Moms Top 25 Food Allergy Bloggers of 2012. Tracy currently helps the community by working with many Doctors in her area and she writes a recipe column in Triad-Fit Magazine, one of which was chosen as a winner in the Mambo Sprouts Holiday Recipe contest.
2011- Her blog was nominated on The Babble List for Top 100 Food Blogs of 2011, of which it maintained her nomination within the top two ranking. She was also recognized in several issues of Bon Appetite, People and Southern Living Magazine during 2011 for her personal quote that was used as part of Alexia Foods marketing.
Tracy has written several product reviews for Enjoy Life Foods, Home Free, Wink Desserts, Sun Butter and many others as well as having a guest blog for the “It’s an Itchy Little World” blog. Tracy plans to do more work for the community. This coming year, Tracy will be seeking a publisher for her book titled “The Stepping Stones to Food Allergies”, a resource guide for the initial phase of food allergies.