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.
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.
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.
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The idea of a healthy, sugar-free, vegan, tooth-friendly candy came to Kidpreneur Alina Morse when she was seven years old. Now Zollipops, Zaffi Taffy, Zolli Drops and the entire Zolli Candy line are a best-selling sugar-free, healthy candy found at retailers everywhere.
Zolli Candy is delicious, natural, allergy-free, sugar free, vegan*, KETO, diabetic-friendly, non-GMO, gluten free, dairy free*, made with natural flavors, no artificial colors, and kosher.
*Zolli® Caramelz™ contain dairy products. Xylitol is not safe for pets. Choking hazard. Not intended for children three and under. Adult supervision recommended.