For the second year, Lindt is partnering with Autism Speaks
the nation’s largest autism research and advocacy organization. To
provide support to families affected by autism, Lindt will again
support the non-profit through donations from sales of the iconic
Lindt Gold Bunny. New partnership elements include an online auction
and e-card donations to raise additional funds for the cause.
Fun Facts about Lindt Gold Bunny:
The iconic Lindt Gold Bunny was introduced in 1952 and has been
loved ever since.
For every Lindt Gold Bunny sold in 2010, Lindt will donate 10¢ to
Lindt Gold Bunny is the #1 selling chocolate bunny in the United
97 million Lindt Gold Bunnies were sold worldwide in 2009, that’s 20
Lindt Gold Bunnies sold every second during the Easter season.
If you lined up every Lindt Gold Bunny sold in 2009, they would
stretch for nearly 4,000 miles, roughly the distance from Miami to
If you stretched the ribbon around the neck of each Lindt Gold Bunny
sold worldwide in 2009, you could tie it around the circumference of
the earth, more than 24,000 miles.
Lindt Gold Bunny comes in six sizes, ranging from less than one
ounce to 2.2 pounds.
It takes 45 minutes to make a Lindt Gold Bunny from start to finish,
with the final touch being the addition of a hand placed red ribbon.
Every bunny is then polished by hand to make sure Gold Bunny's golden “coat” shines.
The most popular Lindt Gold Bunny is the 3.5oz milk chocolate bunny
and the newest addition is the Lindt “Kissing” Gold Bunny Basket,
featuring two 1.7oz Gold Bunnies.
Lindt Gold Bunny can be found in 60 countries across the globe
including South Africa, Indonesia, Romania and of course