You may think a particular brand of candy is safe to eat by checking the ingredients. But you also need to look for warnings that the candy may be manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, milk, wheat and soy. It’s always best to tell your child with allergies not to eat anything unless you can inspect it first. Here’s a list of popular Valentine candies that may contain allergens or have product advisories:
Kids With Food Allergies
February 9th, 2018
Around Valentine's Day, others may offer candy or treats to your child with food allergies. Make sure your child knows not to accept or eat any candy unless a parent or trusted adult has verified that it is safe to eat. Many candies look alike but can have different ingredients and advisory warnings. Many smaller candies are sold in larger packages and do not have an ingredient label on the individual pieces.