Teal pumpkin article

Teal Pumpkin Project Makes Trick or Treat Safe for All Kids

Parents can rest assured that homes displaying a teal pumpkin have non-food treats for their little trick-or-treaters or have allergies or or special diets that prevent them from enjoying the traditional candy treats. Here's how you can participate.



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