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Kansas City Raw Food Union Message Board › Raw Trick-or-Treating!

Raw Trick-or-Treating!

Amanda P.
Kansas City, MO
Post #: 116
Hey everyone, a press release with the following content was sent to us at It looks very promising. Please spread the word! And please add your home if it applies! Helps Children with Restricted Diets Enjoy Halloween

Although many American children list Halloween as their favorite holiday, this is less often the case when – due to a dietary restriction – a child can’t enjoy the same candy as everyone else. But a new website is looking to change that.

This fall, for the first time, will let children and their parents make a custom trick-or-treating map of their area, showing the homes that will be giving out Halloween treats that they can enjoy. Homes and business that will be serving specialty candy can mark themselves on the map, indicating whether their treats will be suitable for vegan, nut-free, diabetic, organic, kosher, gluten-free, or raw diets.

“There’s no denying that Halloween is a blast”, says Jon Zornow – the site’s creator, “but it’s a candy-centric holiday, and it leaves a lot of kids feeling excluded.” Zornow, a vegan, says he was inspired to create the site when he realized that if he had been vegan growing up, he would probably hate Halloween – and that vegan kids weren’t the only ones missing out.

The site,, lets you find your neighborhood and search for homes by food specialty. It's easy to use and user-friendly for trick-or-treaters of all ages and computer skills. Although it has only been online for a few days, Zornow has been humbled by the positive response. "I've heard from numerous parents and bloggers who are excited to search and share their Halloween information. It feels good to be part of something that is helping the whole community."

Thanks, everyone!
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