Great ideas Kelly. The candies are a little on the pricey side though. And by a little, I mean hugely out of reach for the trick-or-treaters. Except the lollipops--those I am going to go out looking for. For the most part, I think my original plan of snacks instead of candy is going to be "it" this year.
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Good morning team. Halloween is just around the corner. Unless you've already mastered self-control, this holiday can lead to disaster. If you think you're not strong enough to be around a large bowl of candy, I recommend staying away from home and maybe catch a movie. In the meantime, instead of passing out the regular stuff, you can pass out something that's a bit more healthy for the kids that isn't as bad for them to eat. Check out the link below:
The ingredients list on most popular Halloween candies is enough to induce full-out holiday horror. Filled with food dyes linked to ADHD, genetically engineered ingredients that have never been thoroughly tested for safety in humans, and freaky preservatives, typical Halloween candy can be scarier than even the most well thought-out costume. Luckily, we found 11 candies that you can feel good about handing out when trick-or-treaters land on your doorstep later this month.
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