The M&M’s Halloween Tube Fan, the Glow-in-the-Dark Graveyard Hunt, and the Candyrific Zombie Talkers | Source: Candyrific/the Toy Insider

Even zombies like candy — especially when Halloween rolls around!

Candyrific is getting a head start on spooky festivities with a line-up of Halloween candy and light-up wands that include classic brands, such as Ghostbusters and M&M’s, as well as original creations.

Kids can practice safe trick-or-treating with the M&M’s Halloween Flashlight packed with M&M’s candies. The top of the flashlight extends up to create a longer lighted wand and to illuminate the characters, which are available in yellow or red. There is also an M&M’s Halloween Tube Fan packed with 46 ounces of M&M’s Fun Size Milk Chocolate Candies in the handle.

Another safe trick-or-treating option is the Candyrific Halloween Light-Up Wand, featuring a bright orange LED light that pulses when kids push the button. There is an on/off switch to keep the light on while out and about and it also includes a breakaway safety lanyard. This wand includes .53 ounces of fruit-flavored dextrose candy.

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The Ghostbusters Light & Sound Wand is back to add a play element to stuffing your face with candy. Kids can push the button on the wand to hear the Ghostbusters’ theme song and to see the ambulance lights flash on and off. The wand includes 0.53 ounces of assorted fruit-flavored dextrose candies inside.

The Candyrific Zombie Talkers are available in three scary characters that growl and scream when kids press the button. They also include fruit-flavored dextrose candy in the handle. The Day of the Dead Halloween Expressions Fans feature a light up hub and foam fan blades that glow in the dark. The assortment includes four characters, each with 0.53 ounces of assorted fruit-flavored dextrose candies inside.

Create a spooky scavenger hunt with the Glow-in-the-Dark Graveyard Hunt, a bag of 20 glow-in-the-dark skulls that kids or parents can hide around their home. Kids can search for the skulls like they would hunt for Easter eggs, and then enjoy the candy inside each skull.

Let the Halloween countdown begin!

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Jackie Cucco

Jackie Cucco

Jackie Cucco was a Senior Editor of The Toy Book, The Toy Insider, and The Pop Insider. She covered toy trends, pop culture, and entertainment news, and made appearances on national and regional outlets, including CBS, WPIX, News 12, and more. Jackie spends her time watching horror movies and working her way through every Stephen King novel out there.