FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project for Halloween 2014 is already a hit, and Halloween isn’t even here. Thanks to CNN and local news stations across the country, people are starting to know what a teal pumpkin means this Halloween.
Decorate a teal pumpkin and offer non-food treats! Remember to purchase non-food or non-food allergy candy for those children with food allergies. Alert the neighborhood to come to your house this Halloween by placing a TEAL painted pumpkin outside your door, as well as a FARE sign that tells others you have safe treats.
I just wrote a post for Gluten Free & More magazine that is all about staying safe this Halloween. From that article, you can access the 2014 Safe Candy List from Celiac Disease Foundation, and learn more about FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Campaign!