This 10-Year-Old ‘Kidpreneur’ Invented the Only Candy to Be Served at This Year’s White House Easter Egg Roll
Zollipops is the only candy to be served at the White House Easter Egg Roll
There will only be one type of candy served at this year’s White House Easter Egg Roll and it was invented by a 7-year-old.
The candy is zollipops. Its inventor, Alina Morse, now 10, came up with the idea to create a lollipop that’s actually good for your teeth three years ago.
“I love candy but I always knew it was bad for my teeth so that’s why I created zollipops,” Alina, a 5th grade student from Wolverine Lake, Michigan, tells PEOPLE.