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Cadbury vs Easter

Forget the “war on Christmas;” now Cadbury, the chocolate manufacturer, has allegedly taken on Easter, and the Church of England is fighting back.

The Telegraph reports,

The Church of England has accused the National Trust of “airbrushing faith” after it dropped the word “Easter” from its annual Easter egg hunt.

The annual event, which sees hundreds of thousands of children search for chocolate eggs at National Trust properties, has been rebranded to exclude Easter for the first time in 10 years.

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A War on Easter

Folks in the United Kingdom are raising the alarm that the chocolate companies are dropping the word Easter from the packaging for chocolate Easter eggs.

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