Planning to Hand Out Allergy-Free Candy? Put THIS on Your Doorstep
More and more, parents in South Jersey are having to worry about where to take their food-allergic kids trick-or-treating, and what might be in the candy they bring home. Here's how you can help.
Many kids in our aren't able to enjoy traditional trick-or-treating because they struggle with peanut, dairy, and other food allergies. Simply placing a blue or turquoise colored pumpkin on your doorstep can be a signal that you're handing out allergy-friendly treats that won't lead to a dangerous reaction.
If you don't have blue paint on hand, most stores, like Target, have aisles during Halloween dedicated to the specialty pumpkins.
- spider rings
- vampire fangs
- glow sticks
Thanks for helping to make Halloween safe for all South Jersey kids!