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In our household, we try really hard to remain eco-conscious and buy organic when we can.  Which made me think about some great organic candy options for a candy buffet.  And, thanks to Sara Snow’s recent blog post, it was an easy search!  Plus, after eating all of that Halloween candy, you’re probably looking for a better alternative!

Yummy Earth has great assortment of organic lollipops.  The pomegranate one sound delish (I’m on a big Pom kick right now).  Dum Dum definitely doesn’t offer that flavor!

The Natural Candy Store features a big variety of organic, vegan, gluten free and other sweet treats. I’m sure many of you may be cringing at the idea of “healthy-ish” candy, but I think it is a fantastic way to make a candy buffet unique and different (especially if you like to be eco-friendly and healthy!


  1. What a great idea!

  2. those are two of my favorite “healthy” candy sites; i’m looking to try the natural version of jelly bellys- have you tried?

  3. landlockedbride
    8:15 pm on November 2nd, 2009

    @Meg I haven’t tried them. I’m not a huge jelly bean fan, but I can’t imagine they aren’t bad!