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Halloween πŸŽƒ Treats: Teal is a fantastic color!

We wanted to let everyone know we are handing out candy 🍭 this Halloween, and everyone is welcome!

 

Why the teal pumpkin picture?

Teal Pumpkins let people know that you have candies, treats, as well as non-food items (like toys, stickers, and other fun things) for those with food sensitivities and allergies, or for those who are not able to have food items for one reason or another, or might not prefer them… and those are the kinda treats we will be handing out, like:

  • YumEarth Organic Gummy Fruits
    Vegan, Gluten-Free, Organic & Non-GMO, manufactured in a peanut-free facility, and made without soy, egg, dairy, fish, shellfish, peanuts or tree nuts, no artificial dyes or HFCS.
  • Black Forest Organic & Gluten-Free Fruity Chews, Gummy Bears, Bats, SourHeads, LolliPops (all naturally flavored)
  • Organic OCHO Candy variety (though some of the items in that do have nuts)
  • Non-Food items: Light-up Yo-Yos and Suction Balls!

Note:Β Also, each candy item is individually wrapped.

 


 

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