Food allergy and Halloween
Ghosts, goblins, tricks and treats, Halloween is a memorable day filled with costumes, treats, parties, and mischief.
For kids with food allergy, Halloween can present a few challenges and it can be overwhelming at times for parents, especially if you have a child who is newly diagnosed.
In this section, you have access to a host of tips, tools, and other resources, so you can navigate this holiday with confidence:
Be a part of the movement and help to #ShineATealLight on Halloween to create food allergy awareness and education across Canada.
Learn how to stay safe when trick-or-treating and at Halloween parties and discover what you can do with the candies afterwards.
Download and share posters, flyers, activity sheets, social icons, and more!
Share how you’re keeping Halloween safe for all, whether that’s with shining a teal light, having candy alternatives at your door, or raising funds.
Perfect for kids and adults to wear during Halloween to spark the conversation of food allergy with neighbours and friends.