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These are this year's best and worst Easter candies


WASHINGTON (CIRCA) - For sheer volume, Halloween may have Easter beat. Walking around your cul-de-sac dressed up as a bunny probably won't yield you pillow cases full of chocolate.

Easter, however, has unique offerings and any true connoisseur of sweets know that every April trips must be made to local confectioneries. You may find the selection overwhelming. Every major candy distributor has their own Easter treats on the shelves. Fortunately, with the help of Candyblog.net, we can help you identity which tooth aches are worth springing for.

The winners:

To no one's surprise, Cadbury continues to produce extremely popular Easter treats.

Cadbury's hits include the classic Cadbury mini eggs.

Starburst products are also readily available in all shapes and sizes.


Another classic that ranks high this year is the old-fashioned chocolate rabbit.

Turns out that most Easter candy is tasty. Only one item made it on the "worst" list. If you're wondering what to avoid this year, look no further...

Enjoy your holiday snacking.

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