Amazon is selling bags of 'bunny farts' cotton candy in time for Easter

AmazonThe fruit punch-flavored pink cotton candy sells for $US8.95 on Amazon.
  • Amazon is selling Little Stinker’s “Bag of Bunny Farts” cotton candy for $US8.95.
  • The unconventional Easter treat is made with fruit punch-flavored pink cotton candy.
  • At the time of writing, it has a four-and-a-half-star rating based on reviews from over 1,800 Amazon customers.
  • Little Stinker, which makes the “Bag of Bunny Farts,” donates 10% of all profits to charity and says it has already donated $US130,000.

Between Peeps, chocolate bunnies, and Cadbury creme eggs, there are plenty of classic treats to celebrate Easter and the start of spring.

But for those searching for a more unconventional alternative, look no further than the “Bag of Bunny Farts” cotton candy from Little Stinker.

According to the description for the fruit punch-flavored pink cotton candy, the Easter Bunny consumes a “magically unique diet of apples, carrots and candy […] known to produce farts that are sugary and delicious.”

Bunny fartsAmazonLittle Stinker, which makes the ‘Bag of Bunny Farts,’ donates 10% of all profits to charity and has already donated $US130,000.

You can buy a package on Amazon for $US8.95, or on Little Stinker’s online store for $US9.95.

Little Stinker, which also sells products like “Unicorn Farts,” “Dinosaur Farts,” and “Reindeer Farts,” pledges to donate 10% of profits from each product – including those purchased on Amazon – to a specific cause.

“We are proud to have donated over $US130,000 to various charities since we began three years ago,” Little Stinker Vice President Melanie Simpson. told INSIDER via email. “Our mission is Making the World a Sweeter Place, one bag at a time.”

Sales of the Bag of Bunny Farts along with sales of the Bag of Unicorn Farts have benefited children through donations to the Unicorn Children’s Foundation, The Next Step Academy, Ovarian Cancer Connection and KultureCity.

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