You are better than this.
We could be too late since Peeps Milk has been around for the Easter season in 3 flavors: Marshmallow Milk, Chocolate Marshmallow Milk, and Easter Egg Nog.
If you celebrate Easter, chances are you will be consuming lots of cheap milk chocolate. The idea of 37 grams of additional sugar (including milk sugars) per serving is more on top of too much.
The idea of lamb and butter shaped like lamb are much nicer Easter traditions. Halloween is about candy, but somehow you end up with better candy on that holiday. Christmas is also about candy and chocolate, but you end up with better sweets along with nuts and fruit.
We will not stop you from eating Easter candy. Just don't wash it down with Peeps milk.
We did our annual Kosher for Passover soft drinks trip. Unlike last year, no Kosher for Passover 7UP was found. We did old standards such as Pepsi, Canada Dry Ginger Ale, and Coca-Cola.
Pepsi and Canada Dry come in 6-packs; the Coca-Cola is only in 2-liter bottles.
Attention Coca-Cola: you are cutting your sales by not offering 6-packs. 2-liter bottles are great for parties, but as a single consumer, a 2-liter can only go so far.
The reason why corn products (high-fructose corn syrup) is not Kosher for Passover is that corn and other grains are "kitniyot" and are off limits for Ashkenazi Jews. Sugar is definitely Kosher for Passover.
I, along with other Kosher for Passover soft drink enthusiasts, would gladly pay more for 6-packs and would buy more of your product. Don't come back and say sales are down if you won't present your product in the best light possible.
Yes, we can get Mexican Coca-Cola year-round, but Kosher for Passover Coca-Cola has a special taste. We just wish it was more convenient to buy.
We do realize Passover started last night. Happy Passover to all those who celebrate. Embrace the uniqueness of the food "sacrifices" for the holiday.
A Good Friday to those who celebrate as well as a Happy Easter.
photo credit: Prairie Farms