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10/24/2017
...Halloween can be a challenging holiday for families with food allergies. Most Halloween candy options contain tree nuts, peanuts, milk, egg, soy or wheat – 6 of the most common allergens. Adding to the challenge of finding allergy-friendly treats is the complexities around food labels. At times, miniature or fun-size versions of candy items contain different ingredients than their full-size counterparts. Plus, some miniature candy items may not have labels! This makes it harder...
10/03/2010
...Halloween is just around the corner and while your little ones are getting excited for the costumes, trick-or-treating and parties, you may be worrying about how to keep them safe during a time that can be dangerous for children with food allergies. Luckily with some advance planning you can ensure that your child enjoys these activities without the risk of an allergic reaction. Serve allergy friendly treats. You can make your own safe treats...
10/26/2015
...Halloween can be extra “spooky” for parents of children with food allergies. For today’s post, I’ve collected some tips, resources, and recipes to help ensure that your family has a safe, happy, and allergy-friendly Halloween. Tips & Resources: Kids with Food Allergies (KFA) has developed an amazing Tips to Safely Celebrate Halloween with Food Allergies resouce which includes: Halloween tips for at home: hosting a party, enlisting help of others, trading unsafe treats and...
10/26/2010
...We shared our top 4 Tips for Celebrating Halloween Without a Food Allergy Scare. But with Halloween coming up this weekend we wanted to share a round-up of all the great “Halloween with Food Allergies” tips we’ve seen recently. Here is some more great advice from our favorite blogs and advocacy groups! Tips for a Food Allergy Safe Trick or Treating Kids With Food Allergies recommends pre-positioning safe candy at friends houses along with...
10/14/2008
...Costume? Check. Pumpkins? Check. Chocolate bar? Oh no! If your little one has food allergies, unfortunately, this is probably what you are thinking. Holidays like this – with so much candy and goodies – can be tough for kids with food allergies (and tough for parents who want to make sure their child enjoys the day). Many of the candies and foods during Halloween contain milk, milk products, and other food allergens. But it...
10/20/2011
...One concern I hear from a number of families who have children with food allergies is exactly what food brands are their children allowed to have. So as Halloween gets closer, we wanted to provide a list of common brands of common Halloween treats and the allergens they are free from. Important to note that this list may not be complete or up-to-date. Please note it is always important to be sure with any...
10/29/2014
...We’ve heard loads of ideas from parents whose children with food allergies still want to go trick-or-treating for Halloween. With so many treats containing dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and wheat, it can be scary to face a full sack of candy at the end of the night. We really love the idea for the teal pumpkin project that FARE has rolled out this year! But we have another idea we wanted to share...
10/27/2015
...for children with food allergies who just want to get in on the trick-or-treating fun. This year, Nutricia as a company is fully embracing the Teal Pumpkin Project! Trick-or-Treat with a Cause! This year, the Neocate team is encouraging our entire company to help raise awareness of food allergies and promote inclusion of all trick-or-treaters during Halloween by participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project. You can learn more about the project and how you can...
   
 
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