Try These 7 Candies This Halloween

If you’re planning to host trick-or-treaters, consider handing out alternative candy! Here are a few of our favorites! See Taste for Life’s Trendspotters review some of the below products by clicking here. Or, if you plan to stay in, follow these tips to throw a haunting Halloween party!

  1. Endangered Species: Ten percent of the profits from this organization’s delicious chocolate products go towards improving habitats of endangered species. A variety of their dark and milk chocolate products could also make for great winter holiday gifts.
  2. Annie’s Homegrown offers a variety of certified organic and Non-GMO fruit snacks. For chocolate fanatics, the company also offers Chocolate Bunny Grahams.
  3. YumEarth Organics Gummies: This year YumEarth’s gummy products are vegan and also do not contain gelatin. The company also offers fruit snacks and gluten-free licorice!
  4. Glee Gum not only offers a variety of natural gum and lollipops, they also offers special kits to help families make their own candy.
  5. UnReal Candy: This company states that they’re on a mission to “unjunk the world.” Most of its products are natural, organic, and made with fair-trade ingredients.
  6. KIND Snacks: KIND offers many treats and granola bars, with the promise that they contain ingredients that you can see and pronounce.
  7. SImpleBites Mini Cookies from Pamela’s are gluten-free. Flavors include Chocolate Chip, Ginger Snapz, Snickerdoodles, and Extreme Chocolate.

Looking for some DIY snacks to hand out with these treats? Click here for a few spook-tastic ideas!


About Pamela Bump

Pamela is the Audience Growth Manager for the HubSpot Blog and holds an M.S. in Media Ventures from Boston University. Before HubSpot, she was Taste for Life’s first Web Editor & Social Media Expert and Harvard Business Review’s first Growth Editor.  In her roles, she’s managed content strategy, social media, and audience growth tactics.

Although her career is focused on digital marketing and editorial innovation, she continues to write for TFL to quench her thirst for food blogging and health journalism.