Are you leaving any children out this Halloween?

October is a time to buy a metric shit-ton of Reeces Peanut Butter Cups — then consume half of them before the kids even arrive.

The bowl we offer the kids is a chocolate explosion. No Whoppers, Nerds, or SweetTarts in sight. We’re the “good house” with the pricey candy.

I was always proud of our selection. I’d never considered kids with diabetes or other food allergies. Food allergies have jumped 50% since the 90s, and nobody knows why. That’s more and more kids that will never know the joy of just plunging a hand into the candy bowl without fear.

Teal Pumpkin Project

Enter the Teal Pumpkin Project!

To join, you just put a teal pumpkin out front, and have some non-candy on offer.

It’s not super-complicated.

That way, kids who can’t eat your Peanut Butter Cups can take a glow stick, pencil, or fake fangs. No trips to the emergency room!

Aaaaaaand… more Peanut Butter Cups left over for you.

Win-win.