Why you’ll be seeing a lot of teal pumpkins this Halloween

Teal isn’t just the newest fashion color trend for pumpkins. For kids suffering from food allergies, a teal pumpkin represents a lot more. The color teal is represents food allergy awareness, and many folks are displaying teal pumpkins to not only show their support, but to provide non-food alternatives to Halloween treats. The #TealPumpkinProject started a few years ago and we’re glad to see it catch on. You’ll be seeing a lot of teal pumpkins this year for these 5 reasons:

For the five reasons, check out this post at the CHOG blog.

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