No chocolate bunnies, no jelly beans, no Peeps, says this piece in today's Sun by our colleague Jill Rosen.
Health experts say it's a welcomed change, considering that nationwide one in three children are overweight. The last thing an overweight child needs is a basket brimming over with junk food.
Even some stores are getting in on the trend, advertising Easter-themed gadgets rather than chocolate.
With all our talk about childhood obesity here, I'm interested to hear what you guys think. Good idea, or does Easter deserve a pass from the food police?
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