Reducing the consumption of candy on Halloween, is it possible?

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For children, the Halloween party rhymes with candy picking. However, is it possible to intelligently manage the consumption of candy on this festive day?

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For children, the Halloween party rhymes with candy picking. However, is it possible to intelligently manage the consumption of candy on this festive day?

“According to Statistics Canada, Halloween is the second most important holiday in Canada in terms of consumption. It represents expenditure of more than 418 M$ in sweets of all kinds, to meet the demand of the 3.8 million children who participate in the traditional door-to-door. "

Source: The Journal de Chambly

“Candy has its bad sides. They trigger a rapid burst of energy within us that vanishes even faster and leaves us with the urge to consume more sugar. In addition, sweets make teeth fat and decay. "

Source: Sélection.ca

“During the Halloween festivities, more and more Ontario initiatives are promoting healthy foods, a more active lifestyle and ethical products to favor when it comes time to buy treats. "

Source: Radio-Canada

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