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  • Easter eggs are shrinking in Brazil
  • Easter eggs are shrinking in Brazil
    Prefeitura Municipal Itanhaém (2013) ©
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Easter eggs are shrinking in Brazil

Easter eggs are a big deal in Brazil. Huge and extravagant, approximately 95 million eggs will be sold nationwide in 2016. But how are sales withstanding the economic crisis? Eggs are actually shrinking in size to ensure people can still give their loved ones a chocolatey gift.

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