Imagine for a moment the first time you remember trick-o-treating. You were probably excited about dressing up, running around at night with your friends, and the candy! So much candy!!! However, if you have one or more food allergies that candy can be life-threatening. This left many children left out of the tradition out of fear.
An amazing Food Allergy Mom stepped up to make Halloween inclusive for everyone. Here Becky Basalone, the director of a Tennessee food allergy support group, tells her story of the invention to the Atlanta Area Moms Blog. Share with us how you make The Teal Pumpkin Project© Share how you make The Teal Pumpkin Project a part of your Halloween in the comments!…allergydish