It’s Easter morning. A boy rouses his younger brother, and they run to the living room to find their baskets filled with – what else? – Peeps.
There’s a warning from a local expert about a new designer drug that’s often mixed with candy or chocolate. It’s called “smiles” or 2-CI, and it’s being blamed for some deaths nationwide.
If you’re a parent, you may be wondering what to do with all the treats your little ones bring home from trick-or-treating.
This Halloween, take a healthier approach by offering something tasty with a nutritional benefit.
Halloween is all about candy. And we all have our favorites. Tell us yours!
Rob Pratte had local candy company owners Ty Ballou and Dan the Candy Man in to talk about the candy business, how much they sell and how much of the Halloween market candy makes up.
When it comes to holiday overeating, few traditions can compete with the ceremonial candy binge that comes with Halloween night. But with sky-high rates of obesity and heart disease reaching across the country, some experts are looking for healthier alternatives to chocolaty treats.
Who can resist Halloween candy? If you have food allergies, it may be in your best interest. Most candy treats contain at least one of the top three allergy triggers for kids.
Let’s face it. Halloween is all about the sweets! Here are some tips on keeping the candy mayhem to a minimum and a few recipes for spooky lookin’ treats.
The candy men talk about the candies of your past.