More than 300 million Cadbury Creme Eggs are produced each year.


Related Facts: Cadbury Crème Eggs are made by pouring molten chocolate into a half-egg mold, which is then filled with white fondant and a dab of yellow fondant. Two halves are them stuck together. According to Cadbury, 16% of people use their finger to scoop the inside out and eat it.


[Sources: Stacy Conradt's Wide World of Candy Knowledge/Cadbury. See previous Numbers of the Day here. ]