Remember trick or treating and bringing home a bag full of yummy candy? Of course your mom or dad would have to go through your stash to make sure there were no bad things in there and most of the time there was nothing dangerous in there.
But now for some parents, trick or treating means that they must take away most of the candy their kids get because it’s dangerous to them. Their kids have food allergies. 1 in every 13 kids has food allergies – some of them are life threatening. Wouldn’t it be great if you could offer those kids an alternative Halloween treat? But how do you let them know you have those available? Now there’s a way to show that you have safe treats for food allergic kids. All you need to do is display a teal pumpkin.
Read on to the next page to see how to participate: