Healthier Halloween Candy Is Scary Good

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Yummy Earth will make you happy to hand out candy for Halloween. Credit: Yummy Earth

The truth is, we weren't expecting much yummy-ness from Yummy Earth's organic gummy bears and lollipops -- but, boy, were we wrong.

Yummy Earth's organic candies are 100 percent all-natural, USDA organic, made with real fruit extracts and planet-friendly ingredients. They're also gluten-free, fat-free, dairy-free, soy-free, GMO-free, peanut-free, tree-nut free and have no artificial dyes, MSG or corn syrup.

But, if you're thinking we omitted "flavor-free" from the list, bite your gummy bears! The lollipops are so flavorful, they've become our new favorite guilt-free indulgence. And the gummy bears taste really fruity, not artificial, and have a good gummy consistency without being too soft or sticky.

So stock up now, and feel good about your kids' Halloween treats this year.

Available at Amazon for $7.99 and up.
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