Halloween is not a fun day for kids with food allergies. They have to either not take part in class parties and door-to-door fun with trick-or-treating in the neighborhood or maybe sit out on all the fun as a way of avoiding any potential problems. Another option is for kids to head out with everyone else to ring doorbells in the neighborhood and then have most of the items in their bags removed when they get home.
Who wants to do any of that? If you are a kid, none of these options sound entertaining at all.
There is a new alternative with the Teal Pumpkin Project. It is a great campaign to help kids with food allergies participate in the fun this Halloween.
Read all about it here and keep all the kids safe and enjoying themselves this Halloween. All the information is in my post at Parade.
Help all the ghosts and goblins in your neighborhood be able to make it an afternoon to remember!