What to do with your extra candy

by Beth Melo on November 3, 2014

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Above: Don’t risk a sugar coma. Donate or sell back your extra lollipops and taffy twists. (Photo posted to Flickr by peasap)

Is your household suffering from candy overload?

Maybe your trick or treaters collected more loot than you ever want them to eat. Or maybe you overstocked on handouts and are afraid of binge temptations.

Here are a couple of choices for how to rid yourself of the excess sweets.

Neary School is once again collecting candy for the troops. So if you know a Neary student, ask them to bring yours in.

Southborough’s New England Dental Group office is holding a candy buy-back program today and Wednesday. From 2:00-6:00 pm on those days, trade in the candy for cash at $1/lb. (You’ll also be entered into a contest drawing for two movie tickets.)

Have any other tips to share? Post a comment below.

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