Group Aims to Make Halloween More Fun for Kids with Food Allergies

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Food Allergy Research & Education or FARE is starting a new tradition this year asking families nationwide to paint pumpkins teal and consider passing out non-food items for Halloween.

The goal is to make trick-or-treating just as much fun for children who have food allergies. Teal is the color of food allergy awareness.

The holiday is usually a no-no for children with peanut allergies as many candy bar are made in factories that do carry peanut products.

By putting out a teal pumpkin for Halloween, you're telling trick-or-treaters you do have something besides candy to offer.

More Info: FARE Teal Pumpkin Project