A nation-wide project to keep kids with food allergies safe this Halloween has released a list of Treasure Valley neighborhoods in which families can trick-or-treat without worry.
The Teal Pumpkin Project is backed by the Food Allergy Research & Education non-profit.
Houses with a teal pumpkin on the doorstep or a sign in the window offer non-food treats such as glow sticks, school supplies or stickers to trick-or-treaters.
Halloween candies often contain milk, nuts and eggs, which are all common allergens.
A list of Treasure Valley homes and neighborhoods participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project is available here.