Teal Pumpkins Help Keep Kids Safe During Halloween
What is a kid's favorite part of Halloween? Well besides dressing up, it is the candy of course. But what about kids with food allergies? Some of the candy is made in same factories as those with nuts and other foods. To make sure kids aren't in danger and can enjoy Halloween, the Teal Pumpkin Project is in effect. The new campaign from the Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) aims to make Halloween safer for everyone. By putting a painted teal pumpkin on your doorstep you are letting trick or treaters know you are serving a non-candy treat. It is no fun for the kids with allergies who have to say no thank you at the door. This way, everyone wins!
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