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MA: Teal Pumpkin Project Provides Alternatives For Some Trick-Or-Treaters

Here’s how teal pumpkins help kids with food allergies on Halloween Shine a Teal Light on food allergies this Halloween
Gustavo Carr | 02 November, 2018, 03:13

The Teal Pumpkin Project® is a national effort to raise awareness of food allergies and promote inclusion of all trick-or-treaters throughout the Halloween season.

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

Food Allergy Canada is also raising $50,000 to buy 50,000 teal bulbs, which they will distribute across Canada to support children with food allergies.

Gregory says there are numerous alternatives for trick-or-treaters.

"So when kids come to your door, ring your doorbell, you say do you want candy, or do you want a non-food treat, you can paint a pumpkin blue and that lets people know from afar", said Kolaszewski. Almost all of these items can be found in a Halloween theme or festive colors.

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According to the Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) non-profit group, one in 13 children in the USA has a food allergy.

According to FARE, there are a few considerations when choosing which non-food items to hand out.

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

"Right now, in some of the stores, the Christmas lights are out and they have different teal versions of those lights and they can be strung across the porch, or on a pumpkin".

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