13 The White House’s first Easter egg roll was in 1878.
Rutherford B. Hayes was the president at the time. But it was President Nixon who first included a rabbit in the festivities with a member of his wife’s staff as the lucky person who managed to wear the costume. Real estate property
14 Easter is the second largest holiday that consumes sweets.
It only appears in second after Halloween, respectively. Americans spent approximately $ 1.9 billion on Easter sweets last year.
15 It took more than a day to tweet.
Approximately 27 hours, to be more precise. That was in 1953, when each piece of candy was made by hand from a pastry tube, but today they have machines that have dramatically accelerated (!) The process to just six minutes.
16 Americans eat more than 600 million tweets over Easter.
This makes Peeps the most popular chocolate-free Easter candy. The Belém, Pennsylvania, plant produces an impressive million people a year and 4 million a day.
17 Most Americans bite a chocolate bunny’s ears first.
In fact, 76% say it is where they take the first bite, followed by 5% who eat their feet first and 4% who eat their tail first.