Easter is finally here. The weekend when it’s socially and emotionally acceptable to eat as many chocolate eggs and bunnies as you can before collapsing into a siesta-like food coma.
For those with the foresight to be somewhat concerned about how much damage might be done in both the physical and financial departments, you’ll be aware that indulging in Easter’s most enjoyable activity comes at a cost.
With the average Easter egg retailing at just over $7, it’s easy to see how the humble egg hunt can make a hefty dent in many a family budget — especially if you’re partial to the really nice choccies with all the bells and whistles.
But according to new results from Finder, the exxy brands aren’t always the tastiest.
Comparing a range of Easter eggs across Australian brands and supermarkets, the results are in on which brands offer the best value for money.