Grocery store aisles are lined with chocolate candy bunnies, jelly beans, and marshmallow Peeps, but one thing is missing–the word “Easter.” Hershey’s, M&M’s, Lindor, Russell Stover, Dove, Rolo, and Twix have all produced Easter themed candy without mentioning the word on the front of their candy, according to a press release from the Liberty Counsel. “Just as companies were trying to profit from Christmas while ignoring the reason for the celebration, now

companies are targeting the Christian aspects of Easter and removing them,” Mat Staver, Founder, and Chairman of Liberty Counsel said. Earlier this month, Cadbury dropped the word “Easter” from the advertising of its annual “Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt” in England. As CBN News reported, the new “Cadbury’s Great British Egg Hunt” caused an uproar in the church and the government. READ MORE