Eggstreme weather: Climate change is pushing up Easter egg prices, study warns

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Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU) warns temperature rises, increased rainfall, and El Niño are hitting the world's largest exporters of cocoa beans

Chocolate Easter egg prices are on the rise in the UK thanks to a combination of climate change-driven warming and this year's El Niño weather event, which have negatively impacted cocoa yields in West...

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