Tuesday, 23 January, 2018

Cadbury launches Creme Egg trifle - but not everyone is happy

White chocolate Creme Egg promotion leads to sugar rage in UK Supermarket staff accused of unwrapping Cadbury Creme Eggs on shelves in search of £2000 white egg
Sherri Watson | 10 January, 2018, 04:41

Greedy shoppers and staff have been accused of opening Cadbury's Creme Eggs and leaving them on the shelves in hope of finding one of the limited white chocolate eggs.

There are certain treats that we just can't help but think about when specific holidays roll around - and, as far as seasonal sweets go, Cadbury Creme Eggs are right up there with Peeps and jelly beans for Easter.

Manufacturers have confirmed there's an extremely easy way to identify the white eggs, which are only available in UK.

Thirty-four other eggs are believed to be worth £1,000 with a number of smaller £100 prizes also to be won.

We've only just got over Christmas and already Cadbury's have put us in the Easter mood with their white chocolate egg hunt that could bag you up to £2k.

With 371 eggs released into the wild, people have already taken to Twitter at their disgust at the levels people are stooping to nab themselves the rare treat.

The £2,000 white egg will only be found a branch of the Co-op.

It's a legal requirement for food manufacturers in this country to visibly list the ingredients of the product on the packaging, and as you can imagine, the ingredients of white chocolate is different to the ingredients of milk chocolate.

The eggs have been hidden in local newsagents, Sainsbury's Local, Tesco Express and Co-op and will be around until April 1.

The packaging of a Creme Egg is a foil wrapper, neatly folded around the egg.

If you're lucky enough to find a white egg then you could be in line to win up to £2,000. Creme egg themed trifle.

There are even more eggs on offer in the United Kingdom with a prize of £1000 on offer - as well as a one-of-a-kind £2000 egg.