three ways to melt a chocolate easter bunny three ways to melt a chocolate easter bunny
mar 24, 2013

three ways to melt a chocolate easter bunny

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the easter bunny has taken on father christmas and won, at least in chocolate form. record numbers of german-made chocolate bunnies will hop their way into shops this year, millions more than the number of santas made at christmas. 

 

‘a record-breaking 190 million chocolate easter bunnies have been produced in germany in the run-up to easter’, said the german confectionery association (BDSI) on friday march 22. that’s around 50 million more edible bunnies than chocolate santas made last christmas and three million more bunnies than last year. many of the chocolate easter rabbits, linked in pagan and christian traditions with the coming of spring, will not stay in germany, but will be sold elsewhere. 44 percent will be sent abroad, mainly to other EU countries, but also to shops in the US and australia.

 

 

‘three ways of melting a chocolate hare’ video courtesy lernert & sander

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