Unfortunately, not all kids can enjoy Halloween candy. There are life-threatening food allergies they, and their parents, have to worry about. Nut and dairy allergies are just two of many that are on a long list of what some people can't eat.

This does not mean that these kids have to skip Halloween. The Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) is out reminding people of their Teal Pumpkin Project. They even have a map on a website pointing to locations where anyone with a food allergy can pick up a safe Halloween treat.

If you would like to place a teal pumpkin in front of your house and help make it a fun Halloween for everyone just visit their website and follow the simple instruction.

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