"13 Year Old Makes Millions Selling Special Candy"

Okay... This blew my mind reading the story itself, but this young girl from Michigan came up with this idea of creating a sucker or better known as a lollipop. But her lollipops are called "Zolli Pops" which resembles the typical candy but with a new twist. The pops have the component of teeth cleaning! The entrepreneur side of me is screaming happy for her because this is totally cool! Parents you know what I'm talking about... I'm sure it's a pain to get your kids to choose healthier choices when it comes to food and candy. This looks like a great idea and substitute! 

Yahoo.com tells us, " Alina Morse launched when she was only 9, sells teeth-cleaning candy in the form of Zollipops, Zolli Drops and Zaffi Taffy. Alina now sells her Zolli candy at 7,500 stores in the U.S. as well as on Amazon and at Walmart, Kroger and Whole Foods stores. The company is expected to sell $6 million in products this year. Alina spoke with Yahoo Lifestyle about Zolli Candy, what she wants to be when she grows up and how she balances a successful business while also tackling eighth grade." 

Alina also said, "I love candy and was tired of hearing “no.” I also love helping people, and when I discovered that tooth decay was the No. 1 chronic condition with children and it was a preventable, it inspired me even more to make Zolli Candy happen." 




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