BELGIUM: Butcher developed meaty surprise to rival Kinder Eggs for kids
A 31-year-old butcher from Flobecq has created a meaty version of Kinder chocolate eggs, which he hopes will rival the success of their sweeter counterparts. Alain Fontain explained that his salami eggs are healthier for children than the chocolate ones. The surprise gifts inside, meanwhile, "are packed in the same yellow cubes that are used for the chocolate eggs."
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