Halloween is a much-anticipated holiday for children and adults. As we all know, candy is consumed in copious amounts by kids and parents alike.
Unfortunately, Halloween candy can be dangerous for children with severe nut and milk allergies. Luckily, the Teal Pumpkin Project makes sure they’re included in the Halloween fun.
The teal pumpkin is a symbol telling cautious parents that non-food treats are available at that home. This is a great way to include children with allergies in trick-or-treating without fear of causing an allergic reaction.
Take action – offer non-food treats for all children to enjoy and proudly showcase your teal pumpkin. Everyone’s Halloween will be brighter.
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Happy Halloween from the Medical Offices of Manhattan!