A Word From Our Teal Pumpkin Project Partners

By placing a teal pumpkin on your doorstep and providing a separate bowl of non-food treats this year, you can help make Halloween special for children with food allergies and other dietary restrictions. Whether you’re searching for last-minute tricks and treats to support the Teal Pumpkin Project, or planning an allergy-friendly snack to celebrate your haul of non-food goodies, these generous sponsors have helped us spread the word that every child deserves safe, inclusive trick-or-treating fun.

CVS Pharmacy

CVS Pharmacy is proud to be a partner of FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project to promote inclusion of all trick-or-treaters, including children with food allergies or special dietary needs throughout the Halloween season. Through the available selection of official Teal Pumpkin Project items such as window clings, jack-o-lanterns, and non-edible Halloween “treats” like light up rings, toys and glow sticks, CVS Pharmacy helps parents conveniently shop for their Halloween needs for all types of trick-or-treaters in their neighborhood.

 

free2b Foods

free2b Foods isn’t just our name. It’s our delicious way of life. We’re committed to crafting snacks that are not only free from the top 12 allergens, but also over-the-top tasty. We believe everyone deserves to eat fearlessly and live brilliantly.

 

 

Fun World

Fun World manufactures officially licensed merchandise using the Teal Pumpkin Project trademark. You can find Fun World products in a variety of stores such as Target, Shopper’s, Party City and more.

 

 

Michaels

The Michaels Companies, Inc., is North America’s largest specialty provider of arts, crafts, framing, floral, wall décor, and seasonal merchandise for the hobbyist and do-it-yourself home decorator. Michaels offers the unique teal craft pumpkin.

FARE is grateful for the support of these partners. By promoting the Teal Pumpkin Project, they are doing their part to make this Halloween a spook-tacular adventure for the six million U.S. children with food allergies.

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