This or that? A look at Halloween treats' nutritional values

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Halloween is a fun time for kids and adults alike. After all, what kid doesn't like bringing home a haul of sweet, Halloween candy? Parents, though, may wonder which treat is better nutritionally for their children. The good news is, this infographic can help you make the right choice when it comes to some of the candies your kid may bring home.

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  • Douglas Hankins says:
    So, if we stop by a Banner hospital we can get some of the abovementioned candy? And don't worry if you don't have any available right now, we can bill you for an as yet to be determined amount of candy. And of course, there may be several requests for candy since not all of our trick or treaters are in network.
  • Patrick Garland says:
    The information will be very helpful
  • Eleanor Horen says:
    These are excellent nutritional tips and suggestions. 
    Thank you.
    
  • Hillary says:
    This chart is so misleading. Why would you compare 8 pieces of starbursts to only 3 jolly ranches. Of course the jolly rancher option is less sugar. Or 7 muskateer minis to 4 snickers bar minis? These are not equal comparisons so the suggestions are worthless. Why create misleading click bait like this? 
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