According to a new survey, the average number of Easter eggs that a child receives at Easter is now 8.8 which is apparently over double the recommended weekly calorie intake for a child. Do you think that number is too high, just right or too low? Or do you think that if rationed after dinner and eked out over the course of a few weeks is totally fine?
The survey comissioned for Wren kitchens showed that the calories in the eggs add up to 17,000 and is the equivalent of 200 Krispy Kreme doughnuts, 57 cans of full sugar coca cola or 79 bags of skittles!
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