Buzzkill of the Week: A Gluten-Free Halloween

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Journalists sometimes have to break hearts for the sake of public service.
  • Journalists sometimes have to break hearts for the sake of public service.

Courtesy of Channel 3: Just when you finally convinced little Johnny and Jane they were just like all the other kids despite the Celiac's, Halloween comes around and you have to try to explain why we can't keep that King-Sized Snickers.

The station has gone ahead and put together a list of all the candy you can't eat if you're suffering from a bummer delicate ailment.

Oh yeah, and just in case you didn't know: "Sugar alcohols are non-digestible and large amounts lead to diarrhea."

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