3 Places To Get Healthy Halloween Candy Choices 2018-01-16T06:02:00+00:00

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3 Places To Get Healthy Halloween Candy Choices

It’s that time of the year again when we start bulk buying candy and Halloween treats to give out to those adorable trick and treaters.

But if you’re like many who agree that giving obesity-causing, refined sugar bombs to children doesn’t seem like a great idea, then here are 3 places you can get healthy organic candy.

We’re talking actual candy here. Not disgusting alternatives. After all, you don’t want your house to be the one that kids warn others to avoid, do you?

And the best part is, you can get them from their online stores! No need to squeeze and fight for the last pack of Reese’s at the supermarket.

(We’re not affiliated with these stores and don’t earn anything if you do decide to purchase)

1. YumEarth

(http://shop.yumearth.com)

Certified USDA Organic, Non-GMO, Vegan, Gluten and Allergen-free, and Kosher.

They offer a good choice of healthy candy like gummy bears, gummy worms, sour beans, and organic pops.

If you go to their online store right now, they have a limited edition Halloween-themed candy on sale now too.

2. Natural Candy Store

(http://www.naturalcandystore.com)

With one of the widest range of candy selections–from mints to marshmellows to nougats.

Natural Candy Store is one of my favorite choices when I feel like something sweet.

They offer healthy, organic confectionery from a lot of small, independent brands. And also carry natural baking toppings and add-ons for the bakers out there.

3. The Organic Candy Factory

(https://www.organiccandyfactory.com)

This one is a relatively new find for me. And I love the pretty packaging.

Started by Piper Cochrane, a mother and businesswoman. She started The Organic Candy Factory because her daughter, Ginger, wanted to open a candy store.

They are also a sponsor of Hope North, and part of the proceeds will be donated to Hope North. Hope North is a 40-acre campus in northern Uganda where refugees, orphans and former child soldiers find a place to call home.