It’s here! The 2014 Halloween Edition of the Safe Snack Guide is hot off the digital press, waiting for you to download your copy.
In addition to the usual goodies, there’s a whole page dedicated to Halloween treats, just in time for trick-or-treat and nut-free classroom celebrations. Again this year, we’re providing size/packaging information and indicating whether the items are individually wrapped.
SnackSafely.com and the Safe Snack Guide were endorsed by the Cleveland Clinic yesterday as a reference for parents in an article entitled “Halloween Candy and Food Allergies“ on their Health Hub site. The article provides coping strategies for parents of children with food allergies.
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