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Trick or Treat?

Imagine for a minute that it is Halloween night.  Your doorbell sounds, “ding dong,” and you open the door to find a rather cute fairy, a menacing pirate, and a giggling baby Ninja Turtle.

Smiling, you reach your hand into your candy bowl and pull out their treats: Lifesaver Gummies, Nestle’s chocolate bars, and Tootsie Roll Pops.  But what are they really eating? High-frutose corn syrup, non-fair trade chocolate, and dye-ridden lollipops.

Choosing to pass out natural, organic and fair-trade candy is not only a safe and healthy option for a childs treat, but it also is quite the “trick” for kids.  They won’t be eating dyes, preservatives or ingredients that are not safe for their bodies.

Here are a few wonderful options kids will love:

Fair Trade Milk Chocolate Earth Balls by Sunspire

Ingredients: Milk chocolate (evaporated cane juice, cocoa butter*, chocolate liquor*, whole milk powder, soy lecithin, vanilla extract). *Fair Trade Certified

 

 

Invisible Ghost Lollipops by Strawberry Hill

Ingredients:  Organic cane sugar, organic tapioca syrup. (USDA Certified)

 

 

 

Natural Gummie Worms by Surf Treats

Ingredients: Organic tapioca syrup, organic evaporated cane syrup, gelatin, organic grape juice concentrate, citric acid, lactic acid, ascorbic acid, colors added (including black carrot juice concentrate, turmeric, annatto), natural flavors, organic sunflower oil, carnauba wax. (USDA Certified)

 

Organic Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups by Justin’s

Ingredients: Organic milk chocolate (organic evaporated cane sugar, organic cocoa butter, organic whole milk powder, organic chocolate liquor, organic soy lecithin, organic vanilla), organic peanut butter (organic dry roasted peanuts, organic palm fruit oil), organic evaporated cane sugar, organic cocoa butter, organic vanilla flavor, sea salt. (USDA Certified)

 

HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE!

About omiwhitney

Sales & Logistics Coordinator at Organic Mattress Inc.

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  1. Pingback: How to Create an Eco-Friendly Halloween « OrganicPedic by OMI

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