Americans buy nearly 750 million Marshmallow Peeps during Easter, making it the most popular non-chocolate Easter candy in the U.S. Jellybeans come in a close second — enough to circle the globe 3 times!
Florida holds the unique honor of holding the world record for the Largest Easter Egg Hunt, where 9,753 children searched for 501,000 eggs! No word on how many eggs were actually found!
When it comes to the massive 90 million+ Chocolate Bunnies sold on Easter, what do you sink your teeth into first? A whopping 76% eat the ears/head first, 5% go for the arms and the rest like to gnaw on the tail!
The World’s Tallest Chocolate Easter Egg was made in Italy in 2011. It was taller than a giraffe and heavier than an elephant! The most expensive egg sold for a little over $10 million and was covered in diamonds and jewels.