n 2014, FARE began the Teal Pumpkin Project to spread awareness about food allergies around Halloween. These teal pumpkins aren’t just a gorgeous splash of color to your decorations, they also help families of kids with food allergies know that you support them.
The idea for teal pumpkins was first implemented by the Food Allergy Community of East Tennessee (FACET) for their local community. It has since spread into a nationwide phenomenon.
“The Teal Pumpkin Project promotes safety, inclusion, and respect for all those managing food allergies,” said FARE Director of Communications Nancy Gregory. Check out the video below to learn more.
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