Halloween is coming and so are the little ghosts and goblins. Trick or Treating was my favourite thing to do as a child. I loved seeing what treats I received and loved dressing up.
That might not be best for someone that has allergies. This Halloween, Food Allergy Research & Education is encouraging people to paint a pumpkin teal (The colour of food allergy awareness) to indicate that your home is safe for those with food allergies offering non-food treats for the children.
Visit the Food Allergy Research & Education to get ideas on non-food treats and download a sign. CLICK HERE