Celebrate an allergy-friendly Easter with sweet treats and non-food fun.
There’s nothing like scampering about on Halloween night, collecting trinkets and yummy goodies. Help trick-or-treaters focus on fun, not fear, by stocking up on safe sweets and tiny toys, perfect for every goblin and ghost. For those handing out food treats this year, here are our top picks for allergy-friendly and gluten-free candies to keep your little monsters… Read more »
Allergic Living’s top picks of candy alternatives. Let’s make October 31 safe and inclusive!
If you prefer holiday treats without food, here are some perfect sweet alternatives. Allergy-friendly and cute as can be, these make great gifts or party favors, and they are sure to keep little hands busy long enough to let you enjoy the celebrations. Available in the United States and Canada EggNots Whether dyed, painted, made… Read more »
Better hop to it! With Easter coming early this year, it’s time time to stock up on allergy-friendly chocolate bunnies, candy eggs and sugary chicks. Kids will stop at nothing searching for these tempting treats on Easter morning. Note: Always read labels to make sure ingredients haven’t changed. Available in the United States and Canada… Read more »
Boo! There’s nothing like a fright on Halloween night, but no child should have to be afraid of what’s lurking in their chocolates, candies and other goodies. For those handing out food treats this year, here are our top picks of allergy-friendly and gluten-free candies – to keep your little monsters safe. Get ready for a… Read more »
Since the arrival of FARE’s sensationally popular Teal Pumpkin Project, food-allergic children can trick or treat with less fear at houses decorated with teal-colored pumpkins, which indicate that allergy-friendly loot is being offered. Here are Allergic Living’s top picks of candy alternatives to include – either in your bowl of goodies or as valued toy to… Read more »
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