Alina Morse invented Zollipops, the clean teen lollipops, which hit shelves in 2014 when she was age nine.
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.
SnackNation, a healthy office snack delivery service that makes healthy snacking fun, life more productive, and workplaces awesome, talks about Expo West 2020.
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.
These inspiring young women do not let their age get in their way as they pursue the worlds of food, game development, and media. If you've got ambition but don't know where to start, these young superstars can be your guide.
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CheDonna.it writes that 2020 promises to be dedicated to young people, including the rise of young women such as Greta Thunberg and Zolli Candy CEO Alina Morse.
Zolli Candy, a Michigan-based company, sells its products in major retailers such as Amazon, Kroger, Target, Walmart, Whole Foods, and Walgreens. It booked $2.2 million in 2018 sales.
ABC7NY: Zolli Candy was invented by 14-year-old Alina Morse. The line is an all-natural, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan and non-GMO candy, and certified sugar-free by Sugarwise.
ABC Localish features Zolli Candy CEO Alina Morse. How a young girl invented Zolli Candy and is committed to improve the oral health of kids worldwide with her sugar-free and delicious candy that strengthens your teeth.