Allergy Safe Trick-or-Treating

A majority of Halloween pumpkins are orange..

But one group is changing the color to make trick-or-treating safer for kids with allergies.

The Food and Allergy Research and Education Organization encourages people to put teal pumpkins out if they're offering a treat that's safe for all kids.

One in 13 kids have severe allergies to dairy, nuts or soy.

Instead of candy or other food, some homes will pass out toys to kids with allergies.

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