Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Treats Not Tricks

"Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn and cauldron bubble."
-William Shakespeare

 (Above pictured: Go Max Go vegan candy bars which mimic Snickers, Milky Way, Almond Joy & 3 Musketeers!)

Halloween without candy? Why that is proposterous! Being vegan does not mean going without your sweet treats for Halloween. If you have kiddos, they can still enjoy Halloween candy and also you can still hand out candy to trick-or-treaters. Below you will find a list of some common Halloween candies that I have researched or know that are vegan. There are probably many more in addition to this list, so keep reading those labels. Lots of organic, natural, and vegan brands also make great vegan Halloween candy. You can find those in specialty and natural foods stores such as Whole Foods. Also, please note that Mars brand (makers of M&Ms and many other candies) DOES in fact test on animals. Until I see an official statement from them stating that they have ceased the horrible practice, I would not personally support anything from their brand, even if it were to be vegan, testing on animals is certainly not. Feel free to check out the Mars Candy Kills website to find out more information about that.

  • Airheads Taffy
  • Brachs Fruit Slices
  • Charms Blow Pops
  • Charms Pumpkin Flat Pops
  • Chick-o-Sticks
  • Cracker Jack
  • Cry Baby Candy
  • Dots
  • Dum-Dums
  • Endangered Species dark chocolate
  • Endangered Species Dark Chocolate Halloween Bug Bites
  • Ginger People Ginger Chews
  • Go Max Go candy bars
  • Jolly Ranchers hard candy
  • Now and Later
  • Panda Soft Licorice
  • Peanut Chews, Original Dark
  • Pez
  • Sour Patch Kids, original
  • Super Bubble
  • Swedish Fish

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