Surely the supermarkets aren't hiding the Real Easter Egg?

There have been some word of mouth reports of supermarkets having the Real Easter Egg but not having it on display. Some customers have had to wait while supermarket staff have gone to find it. So make sure you ask for the egg and if there are none in your branch, complain to customer services and ask why.

The UK’s favourite Fairtrade Easter Egg should now be on sale at Tesco, Waitrose, Morrisons and a few Co-ops.

Remember that by buying your egg at a supermarket you are showing that there is a clear requirement for a Fairtrade Easter egg which shares the Gospel story of Easter and which raises money for charity.

Even after six years of trading, we still have to make clear to supermarkets that having an Easter egg which explains the religious festival is not strange or unreasonable. Do let us know how you get on finding The Real Easter Egg in your area.

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