14 crimes against food committed in the name of Easter
Poke Stick. Updated April 6, 2023
Whenever an occasion is celebrated by many people, brands sense an opportunity to make money and commit all sorts of horrific acts in the name of “seasonal goods”.
We’ve been keeping our eyes peeled for examples of Easter branding that have gone horribly, horribly wrong – and these fit the bill.
Sorry Aldi, but that’s not a rabbit 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/I2J9qfdQYz
— MissV 🌈🖤 (@missviaborsi) March 2, 2023
We can’t even defend them
— Aldi Stores UK (@AldiUK) March 6, 2023
2. Cheese of Nazareth
3. Even the right way around, a chocolate cross seems a little… off.
4. Oh yes – the Easter salami.
What’s up, sweetheart, you’ve barely touched your melting bunny face pic.twitter.com/s6CfcbuDoK
— Toby Earle 🇺🇦 (@TobyonTV) April 2, 2023
Bloody hell pic.twitter.com/tuVzgqVqkc
— Rachel Hawkins (@ourrachblogs) March 2, 2023
REALLY? REALLY! Seen in Morrisons #NewBrighton this morning 🤦♂️ pic.twitter.com/5nAu60wmDi
– The Dusty Teapot🫖/The Devil’s Nest🐙 (@thedustyteapot) April 3, 2023
I can’t. No, to be honest, I can’t. pic.twitter.com/YF1cjNHY9F
— Rachel Hawkins (@ourrachblogs) March 29, 2023
It’s my own stupid fault for not looking properly, but why is CHOCOLATE HOUMOUS even such a thing? @Sainsburyscan not you. pic.twitter.com/wUW8zzgRJy
— Adam Maidment (@AdamMaidment) March 11, 2022
11. Not so hot.
12. Always buy free-range marshmallow treats.
13. A food crime from the Sydney Easter Show – fries loaded with gummy bears
@MissCEWalker Hey Catherine, check out this horror story I found #waitrose this morning.
I immediately thought of our chat about NOT messing around with Hot x Buns. Oh my…… pic.twitter.com/CM8QsDGc8m
— Andy (@AndyJ147) April 1, 2023
Not every seasonal idea is a bad one.
Bunny ice cream 🎀 pic.twitter.com/WJ4TssNslB
— Softness Daily ✨ (@SoftnessDaily) April 3, 2023
Finally – the voice of reason.
Why do they keep fucking with hot buns? The best Hot Cross Bun flavor is Hot Cross Bun. Bread roll.
— AmberGambler (@ambergambler_) March 28, 2023
Your search for the perfect Easter card is over
picture BBC, Rachel Hawkins