Monday, October 3, 2011

Halloween Candy Update! Thank you Whole Foods!

Well, have no fear! Non-scary Halloween candy is finally here! Take a look at these awesome goodies you’ll find in our stores. You better grab them soon because the word is that they’re selling fast.
Annie’s Homegrown Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks – Halloween Pack
  • Whole Foods Market Exclusive
  • No egg, milk, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat
  • Gluten free
These soft and chewy gummy treats from Annie’s are made without the use of gelatin. Organic, gluten free and created with only the best ingredients, these bunny-shaped fruit snacks are made with real fruit juice and packed with 100% Daily Value of Vitamin C.
Surf Sweets Halloween Sour Worms – Halloween Pack
  • No egg, fish, milk, peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish, soy, wheat
  • Gluten free, Casein free
  • Vegan
Surf Sweets uses natural ingredients like black carrot juice concentrate and turmeric (from the ginger family) to color candy, and organic fruit juice and evaporated cane juice to sweeten. Each package has 20 individually wrapped treat packs of Surf Sweets Sour Worms, each one containing 100% Daily Value of Vitamin C.
EnviroKidz Organic Peanut Choco Drizzle Crispy Rice Bars
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Gluten Free
  • Organic
Halloween treat-size EnviroKidz Crispy Rice Bars are organic, have 0 grams trans fat, are low sodium, gluten free and have no artificial flavors or preservatives. Plus, 1% of sales go to endangered species or habitat conservation and education for kids.
Snyder’s of Hanover Halloween Pretzel Snack Sacks
Choose pretzels for a fun twist on the usual Halloween sweet treat. Snyder’s of Hanover offers Halloween Snack Sacks, 36 little packs of bite-size pretzels in a bag decorated with a jack-o’-lantern.
Endangered Species Chocolate Bars
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Certified gluten free
  • Kosher
This is premium, shade-grown, ethically-traded chocolate that kids and grown-ups will love. Endangered Species Chocolate sources cocoa beans from family-owned cooperatives where the income benefits the community and 10% of Endangered Species’ net profits are donated to fund species and habitat conservation efforts.
Trust me, if you hand out any of these treats on Halloween night you’ll be known in the neighborhood, by kids and parents alike, as That House that gives out the good stuff.
I don't know about you, but I'll be stocking up on those Sour Worms and hiding them in my own secret stash! Muhahahahaha!!
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