Tricks to Help You Treat Your Child With Food Allergies This Halloween
When you are a food allergy parent, Halloween involves a lot of advance planning. The thought of it can be overwhelming. To make Halloween safer, less stressful and more fun, we've created these allergy-friendly resources:
The Teal Pumpkin Project has been growing year after year, helping families with food allergies celebrate Halloween with safe non-food treats. AAFA has joined Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) and other groups to show support of the Teal Pumpkin Project.
What Are Your Halloween Plans?
Food allergy parents know you have to start preparing for Halloween early. What plans have you made? Have you found any great non-food treats for your teal pumpkin? Find out what others are doing and share your plans.
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