Zollipops Sells One-Millionth Healthy Lollipop; Set To Make Oral Health Education Donation
WALLED LAKE, Mich., Sept. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — While most 10 year olds spend their summer in the park or by the pool, the young inventor of the company Zollipops®, The Clean Teeth Pops™, and delicious After You Eat Treat™, Alina Morse, spent hers selling her one-millionth healthy sweet treat.
“I am so happy with how many Zollipops we have sold, and looking forward to go back to school” exclaimed Morse, who enters fifth grade at Scotch Elementary School in the West Bloomfield School District and lives in Wolverine Lake, Michigan. “Back to School is an exciting, and sometime a little scary time for kids and Moms, Zollipops are perfect for lunches and snacks to keep kids smiling while back at school. My family is so excited to see Zollipops grow, and the education we can bring to kids of all ages about oral health.”
The budding entrepreneur and inventor will make a substantial charitable donation to support education for oral health with the money earned from sales in Zollipops. The company promises to donate 10 percent of the profits collected from Zollipops to fund more education in schools about oral health, and to help fight America’s most chronic childhood disease—tooth decay in children.
Zollipops, The Clean Teeth Pops, are natural, gluten-free and GMO-free lollipops, which contain xylitol, stevia and erythritol, healthy sugar alternatives. By helping raise the pH (a scale used to measure acidic or base qualities) in the mouth, Zollipops neutralize acid and help reduce the risk of tooth decay, dental caries and future development of cavities.
The ambitious Morse is making a name for herself with the likes of CNBC as one of “8 Young Entrepreneurs Making Serious Money” (Aug. 2015); Named #3 among Forbes Magazine’s listing of “Top 10 Emerging Food Trends” (Jan. 2015); Named a “Girl of the Week” by accessories and jewelry retail giant, Claire’s (Feb. 2015), and was the only candy company selected to be featured at the 2015 White House Easter Egg Roll as part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Initiative (April 2015). Morse and Zollipops have also been featured on Good Morning America and Steve Harvey.
Zollipops are manufactured in the United States and come in a variety of flavors. The healthy suckers are sold online through Amazon and through stores such as Supervalu, HEB and Whole Foods Markets.
Morse also recommends that schools and PTOs contact her company to see how Zollipops can help support their next fund-raising event. To learn more, or purchase, visit http://www.Zollipops.com.
Zollipops were invited by 10-year-old Alina Morse and are made in the U.S., by LOL, in Walled Lake, Mich. Zollipops are available at Whole Foods Market, HEB, SuperValu stores including Shoppers Food & Pharmacy, Farm Fresh, Cub Foods, online at OfficeDepot, OfficeMax, and Amazon. Zollipops and its founder Morse have been featured in a wealth of media including: Good Morning America, Steve Harvey, Forbes Magazine, TIME For Kids, Entrepreneur Magazine, Bloomberg, ABC News, and The Washington Post. For more information, please visit http://www.Zollipops.com, http://www.Twitter.com/Zollipops, https://www.facebook.com/Zollicandy.