Skittles New Easter Packaging Is Perfect For Egg Hunts

Now that Valentine's Day has passed, Easter is the next big holiday (along with St. Patrick's Day) on the horizon. Of course, candy companies are way ahead of the game so you can start stocking up early. This year, Skittles is really shaking things up with all-new packaging that will make hiding the candy for an egg hunt so much faster and easier than ever before. 

The new Skittles were first spotted by Instagram account @CandyHunting on Tuesday, February 16th. Within a day, the post had more than 3,800 likes. The caption read, "New Impossible Egg Hunt Skittles are out now for Easter! The fun size bags have the Skittles graphics on one side and camouflage on the other. There are five designs: Grass, tree bark, asphalt, kitchen tile, and the fifth one looks like snow. Or vanilla ice cream. I found these at Hy-Vee, but they will be out everywhere." However, most people seem to think the last camouflage design is for neutral or beige carpet. Naturally, people are so excited to pick these up for an extra hard Easter egg hunt.

This is what fans have to say about Skittles new packaging for Easter

Fans immediately responded to the post with their thoughts on the new Skittles bags. After all, buying candy that doesn't require stuffing it into a plastic egg is one thing. This takes it to a whole new level given the camouflage packaging that will allow parents to simply place the candy on matching surfaces in their homes and around the yard. According to Best Products, each bag of Impossible Egg Hunt Skittles includes 20 individual camouflaged bags.

One Instagram commenter said, "These are cute!" Another disagreed writing, "That is just mean." But most feedback on the new Skittles product was positive. More wrote "These are awesome" and "such a cool idea." Another comment read, "How smart and cute!!!" One person let everyone know another location where they'll be able to find them too. They said, "I found these at my Dollar General in Indiana Super Bowl weekend!" So if you haven't spotted these candies yet, keep an eye out for them. They should be coming to a store near you very soon.