Tricks And (Non-Allergenic) Treats: Project Aims For Halloween Inclusion

Tricks And (Non-Allergenic) Treats: Project Aims For Halloween Inclusion

But people with food allergies may be hoping some of those pumpkins are painted teal.

Affordable non-food items are available at dollar stores, party supply stores, or online shops, and low-priced items can be purchased and handed out to all trick-or-treaters, or made available in a separate bowl from candy if a resident chooses to hand out both options.

Your eyes aren't deceiving you if you see non-traditional pumpkins in B.C.'s capital this Halloween.

For most kids Halloween is about costumes and candy, but kids with allergies have fewer options and the holiday can be a tricky time for them and their parents.

Gregory says there are numerous alternatives for trick-or-treaters. Even if it's something that's touched a toy or even if the regular food has touched a nonfood item.

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Showing that Halloween can be enjoyable for everyone, houses hosting a teal pumpkin are sure to have friendly faces and treats for everyone.

According to Food Allergy Canada, more than 2.6-million Canadians report living with at least one food allergy - and two in 100 children suffer from peanut allergies.

That's why six years ago, a mom in Tennessee started the Teal Pumpkin Project.

But it's not a traditional decoration color, it's for the Teal Pumpkin Project, which launched in 2014.

This Halloween, you can help kids with food allergies and diabetes have a fun trick-or-treating experience.

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