GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. - Trick-or-treating can be a blast, but for kids with food allergies, it can also be dangerous. That's why the Teal Pumpkin Project is encouraging families to offer something other than just candy.
Dr. Sara Uekert from Grand Rapids Allergy joined the Weekend morning team to talk more about the movement and to offer some ideas for non-food treats.
Dr. Sara w/GR Allergy in studio to tell us about the Teal Pumpkin Project! She has great ideas for non-food treats! Join us! pic.twitter.com/te2nJGbZyj— Meredith TerHaar (@MeredithTerHaar) October 22, 2017
For more about Grand Rapids Allergy, click here.
For more ideas on what treats to pas out that aren't food. click here.
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