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Is Your Halloween Candy Made By Child Labor?

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I’ve previously posted about The Good Guide. It began as a University of California research project, and is now an independent organization that evaluates companies on their social and environmental policies and actions, and invites people to participate in those evaluations.

Thanks to Brain Pickings, I learned about this YouTube video they just posted where they evaluate different types of popular Halloween candy. You can also find the written info at their website. I’m adding it to The Best Websites For Learning About Halloween.

I’m also adding these sites to the same “The Best..” list:

ESOL Courses has many Halloween resources.

Old-School Halloween Photos is from LIFE.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. Hey Mr. Ferlazzo,

    My name is Kacie Manuel and I am a student at the University of South Alabama. I just read your post about Halloween candy and learned a lot. I would have thought that Hershey’s would have been higher than number 5. I did not know that it takes a lot of work to make chocolate either. I thought that since America eats so much candy, that it would be pretty easy to make.

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