Teal Pumpkins Help Trick or Treaters with Allergies on Halloween
Have you seen any teal painted pumpkins around Morristown? You may start to see more of them.
The teal pumpkin project is a way for both trick or treaters and those handing out candy to signify that they have allergies or that the candy being handed out is allergy safe.
You may see children carrying teal pumpkins or using plastic teal pumpkin bins to collect candy. For the houses that would like to hand out an allergy safe option this Halloween try your local health foods store or Amazon. You can also opt for a small toy from your local dollar store that trick or treaters will enjoy and avoid any allergy worries.
Trick or Teal is a great way for kids with Allergies to feel included on this fun day. What candy are you handing out, and have you considered the potential allergy complications? Let us know what you’ll be doing to include all children in this year’s Halloween festivities in the comments below.