Monday, October 25, 2010

What can you give trick or treaters instead of Nestle products?

Food items like:
  • fair-trade chocolate
  • fruit leather
  • honey stick
  • YummyEarth lollipops
  • Clifbar Zbars or Twisted Fruit
  • snack-size packs of things like pretzels or Annie's Cheddar Bunnies
  • EnviroKidz crispy rice treats 
  • Juice boxes (not Juicy-Juice!)
Non-food items like:
  • fancy erasers
  • pencil grips
  • pencils
  • stickers
  • wiki stix
  • silly bandz
  • temporary tattoos
  • bouncy balls
Before you hit the store, print and bring this list of Halloween Nestle products to avoid when shopping for trick-or-treats.

Be sure to print out these No Nestle wrappers to put on anything you give out to let people know your home is a Nestle-free zone! Thanks to Munchkin Designs for creating them for us (please keep them in mind for your next party- they do custom mini-size and full-size candy wrappers).

3 comments:

  1. International Nestle-Free Week 2011 begins on 31 October - Halloween.

    See:
    http://info.babymilkaction.org/nestlefreeweek

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Participation in a campaign as far-reaching as the Nestle Boycott can be overwhelming.

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So this Halloween take one concrete step: don't buy any Nestle candy for the ghouls and goblins knocking at your door.

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