Recently, according tomedia reports, a noodle chef in western France Pre recently suddenly fancied, creating a new coronavirus shape of the Easter eggs. Made of milk chocolate, this Easter egg is blackened and dotted with red tonsils, and the shell is crispy. Pre hopes to turn the terrible things into food.
“Customers were surprised but also very surprised, and made them laugh in tough times, ” says Mr. Pree, a noodlechef. The market has had a good response, with dozens of copies sold in the past week. “
But Corona, the number one imported beer in the U.S., didn’t get that good treatment, as some Americans were silly to tell if Corona had something to do with the coronavirus, leading to the nearly century-old beer “lying gun.”
In recent days, Corona has come out on the wrong side, saying the brand has maintained good sales in the U.S., but the impact of the outbreak has cost him $285 million in sales in January and February.