Food allergy and Halloween
With the pandemic, this year’s Halloween will be different. Some of you will be trick-or-treating with extra safety precautions or celebrating in your social bubble.
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 safely:
Be a part of the movement and help to #ShineATealLight on Halloween to create food allergy awareness and education across Canada.
Colour our “Shine a teal light” posters for a chance to win a special teal prize pack!
Plus, the posters can be displayed on your front porch to let kids know you have allergy-friendly treats or non-food treats.
Plan ahead! Get tips for managing Halloween and food allergy during the pandemic.
Learn how to stay safe while trick-or-treating and discover what you can do with the candies afterwards.
Fundraise with these different event ideas. Help to make a difference this Halloween season!
Check out our tips on having fun and staying safe. Host a spooktacular allergy-friendly party in your social bubble.
Download and share posters, flyers, activity sheets, and more!
Share how you’re keeping Halloween safe for all, whether that’s with shining a teal light, having candy alternatives, or raising funds.
Get essential allergy-related news, like food recalls, research information, events, and other allergy-related news that impact you and your family.
Stay updated all year long.