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Reese's Created a Roving, Remote-Controlled Door to Help Make Trick-or-Treating Safer This

With the COVID-19 pandemic still in full force, this year's Halloween celebrations should look significantly different.Trick-or-treating is problematic since visiting as many neighbors as possible in a single night is the opposite of safe.But major candy brands are doing what they can to keep the Halloween spirit alive with some interesting ideas.The Reese's Trick-or-Treat Door uses voice-recognition technology to deliver candy bars hands-free. .When the remote-controlled front door lumbers your way, say "trick-or-treat," and a candy bar pops out of the mail slot.Sour Patch Kids is another candy brand looking to bring the goods directly to trick-or-treaters.As part of a "reverse trick-or-treating" campaign, the company plans to make deliveries to doorsteps in a dozen cities.After all, trick-or-treating may be fun, but we all know it's really the candy that counts

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