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.
You spend a good amount of time and care ensuring you and your family are living a healthy lifestyle on the regular, so why should everything go out the car door when traveling?
Zolli's CEO, 13-yr-old Alina Morse, gave her one-minute elevator pitch on Entreprenuer's Elevator Pitch to raise $1 million. Watch to see if they sent her up or down!
The hosts of CTV Saskatoon love ZolliCandy! Zolli and Zaffi candies are delicious, sugar-free, diabetic friendly, keto, gluten-free, nut-free, and vegan — and loved in Canada!
Alina Morse, (who just turned 14!), came up with the idea for a better candy at age 7. Zolli Candy is now available at 25,000+ stores nationwide, she has a tasty reach on the healthy-candy market. This and more is why Alina Morse is our MVPP of the day.
At 13 years of age, Alina Morse is the chief executive of a multimillion-dollar candy company, Zollipops. Alina and her father Tom Morse visited Marketplace's Los Angeles studios to talk about how the company got started, and then became a father-daughter duo.