Not sure what I think about this, but it's interesting to ponder at least. Apparently, Russell Stover is marketing the chocolate Easter cross in select stores across the USA. Here's the article. According to the article, the crosses are especially intended for the Latino community, with Spanish text being dominant on the packaging and the cross filling made up of dulce de leche, a popular sweet often made with goat's milk and sugar. Indeed, I spotted the chocolate crosses at our local Target store yesterday. (Let me know if you want one, and I'll go pick some up to share.)
So, we all have the opportunity to bite off the ear of the hollow chocolate bunny, or the stake of an oozing cross. Is this a good thing?