Candy has long been synonymous with Halloween.
However, trick-or-treaters often encounter a household or two that offers up granola or apples instead of skittles and snickers when costumed kiddos ring the doorbell.
Teaching children the importance of nutrition is a critical lesson for every day of the year. But is Halloween a special exception, where fruits and vegetables should take a back seat while sugar reigns supreme?
Patch wants to know: are healthy Halloween snacks a trick or a treat?
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