A 12-year-old girl invented the natural lollipops good for children’s teeth. Now the delicious products will hit Oral Health Section of 4,000 Walmart stores in USA

After a few years since Alina Morse invented the natural lollipops who prevent dental caries, the products will now hit Oral Health Section of 4,000 Walmart stores in United States of America.

Kidpreneur Alina Morse, the 12-year-old founder of Zollipops (The Clean Teeth Pops) will see her products hit store shelves at Walmart, starting 1st of February 2018, just in time for Children’s Oral Health Month in USA. The seventh grade inventor’s products were carefully selected following Walmart’s annual Open Call for U.S. products. And now, Zolli Candy will be found in the Oral Health Section of Walmart stores nationwide.

Honestly, I still can’t believe it, said Alina Morse. When I was seven I was at the bank with my dad and I had this idea that we could have candy that was good for our teeth and could help people. For Walmart to believe in my product and vision to give back, is so inspiring. And for both Zollipops and Zaffi Taffy to be chosen from the Open Call just goes to show that kids really can do anything!

Zollipops are natural lollipops, sugar-free and reduce the risc of dental caries

Morse’s Zollipops are a natural, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan and non-GMO lollipop, containing xylitol and erythritol (healthy sugar alternatives), and certified sugar-free by Sugarwise. By helping raise the pH (a scale used to measure acidic or base qualities) in the mouth, Zollipops neutralize acid and help reduce the risk of tooth decay, dental caries and future development of cavities. Alina also offers: Zolli Drops in natural fruit or peppermint flavors, which offer the same oral health benefits as Zollipops, just without the stick.

Promotes oral health education in US schools

Zollipops commits 10 percent of profits to support an increase in oral health education in schools and help fight America’s most chronic childhood disease – tooth decay. She also has a “250,000 Smiles” campaign, giving away her all-natural suckers to schools and dentists who promote oral health education. Teachers can sign up at www.zolllipops.com.  

Photo credit: Zollipops

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