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The Great Easter Egg Race

by | 5th, April 2007

WHAT does Easter mean to you?

A period of religious reflection? An opportunity to spend quality time with the family?

The key weekend in the Premiership?

Well, for the retail trade, the holiday has become nothing less than a battleground as stores slash the price of their chocolate eggs to entice shoppers.

According to the Guardian, ballooning British consumers will fork out around £220 million on 80 million Easter eggs over the holidays and the big supermarkets, eager to attract these chocoholic shoppers, are slashing the prices of the traditional chocolate egg.

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