This week in bollocks: Cadbury Creme Eggs, the delicious confections that are everyone's go-to favorite springtime pre-workout snack, have changed in two unsavory ways for their forthcoming Easter season: the eggs are gonna be pricier this year and the recipe in America is a farce. What in the godfearing fuck is this shite?
Let's break it down by individual controversy. First, if you live in the UK, you're about to face a price uptick that is hidden as a minimizing. Cadbury Creme Eggs are typically sold in packs of six (the amount a normal person can eat in one sitting) and now will be sold in packs of five—but for the same price, The Daily Mail reports. Come on, man! That's not cool. Get it together.
But worse: for consumers of the American version of this English delicacy, Kraft Foods admitted that they've tinkered with the recipe so that the eggs' outside chocolate shells are not made from Cadbury's delicious Dairy Milk chocolate. A Kraft spokesman told The Mirror that the chocolate will be made from a standard cocoa mix instead. Hell no, Cadbury! That is some serious bullshit! We're not gonna take this anymore. Give us the good stuff, not this other crap.
— Maria Lewis (@moviemazz) January 12, 2015
Come on, man.
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