It's considered a sugary first sign of spring: Peeps hitting store shelves.
After shutting down operations last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bethlehem, Pennsylvania-based company that produces the iconic Easter candy is back in operation.
Just Born Quality Confection, a family-owned company, has been making Peeps since 1923.
The factory went dark for nine months during the Covid shutdown. They missed Halloween and Christmas, but they're back up pumping out Peeps just in time for Easter.
Just Born makes two billion Peeps per year. It's enough to circle the earth twice.
That's a lot of Peeps!