- In the interest of fighting the childhood obesity epidemic, I've decided to eat all the Halloween candy I bought
Did you know that there’s many companies and organizations that will buy back your Halloween Candy so it won’t be around the house causing temptation and calories. Thank goodness. Here’s a few options in the Greater Boston area where you can get Halloween candy out of eyesight:

Magic Beans Halloween Candy Buyback: Friday, November 1-3, 2013 at all Magic Beans store locations. Trade that junk food for something more wholesome. One or more pounds of candy will get you 20% off toys purchases that day too. Candy turned in will be donated to a local food pantry and military support groups in the Greater Boston area.

2013 Candy Buyback Event: Saturday, November 2, 2013 in Framingham. Head west to donate your Halloween candy to Framingham dentists, meet the tooth fairy, grab a goodie bag, and try to win an iPad mini!

There’s also a website entirely dedicated to helping you find a Halloween Buyback program near you: There’s roughly 10-15 participating dentists within 20 miles of Boston helping to buyback that Halloween candy! Pretty cool!


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