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Selling Back Some of That Halloween Candy
By: Jennifer Borget
TWC News: Selling Back Some of That Halloween Candy
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It’s that time of year where kids are coming home with loads and loads of candy, and it’s often too much for them to eat on their own.
Not to mention, the true spooky horror candy can do to a child’s teeth. Once the tricks and treats are over, some dentists will buy back candy.
Jensen Pediatric Dentistry, will buy back candy for $1 a pound and send the treats to U.S. troops overseas. Dentist Regina Jensen said in the meantime, steer your kids to more chocolaty melt-in-your-mouth candies rather than sticky, gummy candies that can get stuck in little mouths.
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