During this thrilling time of year, chocolate and candy play a central role in helping to make the season a howling good time. Halloween Central is your go-to resource for information about your favorite treats, along with safety tips, history lessons and interesting facts about this frightfully fun season – so dig in. Happy Halloween!
Halloween is a time to embrace tradition and celebrate creatively – and chocolate and candy can play a big role in the season. Keep scrolling for ways to “creep” it real throughout this exciting season!
of Americans say they will share chocolate and candy with friends and family for Halloween.
Ten Tricks for
If you keep a couple of these tricks in mind, you might find that it’s easy to include a moderate amount of treats in your Halloween celebration.
of homes passing out Halloween treats will mix it up by giving out both chocolate and candy to trick-or-treaters.
of Americans who welcome trick-or-treaters will hand out chocolate and candy.
Halloween Safety Tips
We’ve compiled the following safety tips to help make sure that you and your family make this Halloween a safe and enjoyable one.
Learn more about how to embrace balance and make a plan during the Halloween season.
Of the 60% of parents who say they steal treats from their kids:
37% sneak treats after their kids go to bed
32% grab some while they’re at school
31% take it right in front of their children
Creative Halloween Celebrations
Celebrate the Halloween season this year in a way that works for you.
Candy Storage Tips
Storing some of your treats is a great way to encourage balance and enjoy your Halloween candy well after October 31. There are some special ways to store your seasonal treats to help ensure the sweetness continues after the holiday.
Top Halloween Treats
2nd Gummy Candy
3rd Candy Corn
How Do You Eat
A recent survey of Americans shows that while 51% of people believe you should eat the whole piece of candy corn at once, 31% believe in starting with the narrow, white end. Just 18% of respondents start with the wider, yellow end when enjoying a piece of candy corn.
Halloween celebrations keep getting more creative, but they have a long history!
of parents help themselves to some of their children’s Halloween haul. Do you?!