Halloween Fun and Food Allergy

(Sticky Post) Published October 19, 2019 | Commission on Disability | Updated October 30, 2019 | Automatically Archived on 11/2/2019

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Signs of the spooky season have popped up all over Sudbury reflecting our deep roots in celebrating the harvest and engaging in playful pranksterism.  On Halloween children with food allergies could use a little consideration to safely join in the fun.

Please visit Food Allergy Research & Education “Get Started,” above, for guidance. Also find free resources to help you be a welcoming and safe place in your neighborhood for all children to visit.

Treats can include playful prizes alongside candy so your scary and playful visitors can make their own choice.  Now that’s a nice Halloween surprise!