ISSN 2074-9414 (Print),
ISSN 2313-1748 (Online)


The current state of allergy problem as a global public health problem has been studied. One of the most com-mon forms of allergy is food allergy. Complete exclusion of dairy products from the diet of patients suffering from food allergy (except severe clinical cases) is not a reasonable approach, since they are the source of the most easily digestible protein with a complete amino acid composition. Therefore, scientists are constantly in search of the ways of struggling with food allergy. The development of dairy products with reduced content of major allergens in the form of milk proteins is objectively necessary, as other approaches do not cover the whole mass of people intolerant of milk proteins.
Allergy problem, food allergy, dairy products, milk protein, intolerance, diet.
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