4 Things We Didn't Know About Cadbury Creme Eggs
Cadbury Creme Eggs are an Easter must-have for most—even me, and I don't celebrate Easter. I obsess over biting into the chocolaty egg and finding the speck of orange "yolk," but I found there's little I actually know about the Easter classic. Here's what I learned from a recent Bloomberg video:
1. They aren't on sale all year round (just during Easter season). That seems obvious to most of us, but company officials swear that they get questions from people all the time.
2. The eggs are made in two separate pieces and are slapped together in a process called a book fold. In essence, the sides are filled at the same time, and then the chocolate is fused. Watch it at 0:50 seconds into the video—it's amazing.
3. The eggs are filled with liquid fondant (not marshmallow or white chocolate, as most people think). The white fondant is poured in first, but then the yellow "yolks" are dotted in afterwards. The whole thing sounds kind of disgusting, but we'll try not to think about that.
4. The factory churns out 1.2 million Cadbury Creme Eggs every day during peak season.
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