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#47 - fitnik
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(03/16/2013) [-]
From Wikipedia----On March 13th 2013, "New Jersey’s Candy Treasure LLC" announced a new method of enclosing the toy. Each egg would feature a specially-designed capsule that separates the two halves of the chocolate so even a small child can see the there’s something on the inside. Thus circumventing the U.S. ban on “non-nutritive objects” that are encased entirely in food. These modified eggs are now considered legal in the united states. They are excepted to be available in U.S. stores for Easter 2013. Called "Choco Treasure", these are neither manufactured nor licensed by Ferrero, and Kinder Surprise eggs remain illegal in the U.S.
#148 to #47 - opiethepug
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(03/16/2013) [-]

**** YES