Former West Bloomfield School District student Alina Morse is an ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ finalist
Alina Morse started Zolli Candy at age seven. Now a teen, she runs a multi-million dollar company that is the fastest-growing sugar-free candy company in the world.
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Alina Morse just turned 15, and her quarantined birthday was exciting but bittersweet. While the high school freshman is home from school and away from her friends, the candy company she founded has seen business boom during the pandemic.
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14-year-old Alina Morse invented candy that cleans teeth, giving moms an alternative to sugary candies for their kids. Morse is the youngest INC. 5000 CEO, and her company is one of INC.’s Fastest Growing Private Companies as of last year.
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A charitable effort that sprung from Zolli Candy is the Million Smiles Initiative, which commits 10% of the profits and One Million Zollipops to support oral health education in schools and qualified organizations.
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Zollipop is the third best-selling lollipop on Amazon, outselling classic brands like Dum Dums, Charms Blow Pops, and Tootsie Pops. They are sold in roughly 25,000 major retailers in America, including Whole Foods, Walgreens, Walmart, and Kroger.