Why is it that on holidays we fill our kids up with artificial colors and flavors and then are surprised when their behavior is off? Many times it’s blamed on the sugar, and while sugar should definitely be limited, it’s not the only culprit in this holiday horror story. But that doesn’t mean you can’t give your kids some Halloween candy to commemorate the day, I suggest you just give them quality sweets that aren’t harmful! And not just at the holiday, but every day!
One of my favorite better-for-you candy maker is YummyEarth. They make amazing candies that happen to be all-natural and/or organic. Their best selling candy is one of my favorites – their Organic Lollipops. They’ve made specially marked packages just for Halloween in their most popular flavors: Wet-face Watermelon, TooBerry Blueberry, Sour Apple Tart, Pomegranate Pucker, Mango Tango, Googly Grape, Strawberry Smash, and Very Very Cherry.
They also have Halloween-themed packages of YummuEarth Organics Gummy Bears which unfortunately, I won’t eat because they’re not vegetarian. I’ll assume they’re as fabulous as their other quality candies of which I’ve had many! 🙂 The organic gummy bears come in Pomegranate Pucker, Strawberry Smash and Sour Apple Tart.
YummyEarth Organics are made with real fruit juice and REAL natural ingredients (not the kind other companies claim are natural which are really created from dried bugs or beaver anuses). These yummy treats have no artificial colors or flavors and they never use high-fructose corn syrup. They’re also gluten-, nut-, and dairy-free for those of you who’s children have allergies and each serving provides 100% of daily vitamin C and has less than 70 calories
They’re available online as well as in stores – check out their website for a list of stores in your area: www.yummyearth.com Also visit The Natural Candy Store (online) for the best selection of natural and organic candy and great prices. They’re my go-to store for quality, whole food, sweets.
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