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10 Safety Tips For Trick-or-Treaters With Food Allergies

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Costumes and candy are what the spirit of Halloween is all about, but for kids with food allergies, this holiday can pose some frightfully real dangers.

Here are ten helpful safety tips to keep children with allergies safe this Halloween holiday…

1. Eat Dinner Prior to Trick or Treating

One way to prevent kids from goring themselves on Halloween candy without reading the ingredients first is to feed them dinner before they start their night of trick-or-treating. This way, they’ll be less tempted to stick their hands in the candy bag and partake before they get home to check their loot with mom and dad.

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