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🐵 Juicy Drop Pop: Comes in Variety of Flavors Berry Bomb, Apple Attack, Knock out Punch and Blue Rebel.- https://go.magik.ly/ml/csct/
🐵 Ring Pop: These rings taste good enough to eat, but they're not meant for consumption. They snap shut to keep the product inside safe and prevent spills. Kids can wear them, trade them and share the gloss for even more fun. Once the rings are empty, you can use them to store other items, such as powders, beads and more. - https://go.magik.ly/ml/csd0/
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🐵 Baby Bottle Pop: The lollipops come in a variety of fruit flavors including strawberry, cherry, blue raspberry, watermelon, bubblegum, ghost rust, green apple, and grape. The candy currently consists of three varieties: "Original" (introduced 1998), "2D Max" (introduced 2001), and "Crunch" (introduced in 2010).- https://go.magik.ly/ml/csd9/
🐵 Bazooka Bubble Gum: Flavors "Strawberry Shake," "Cherry Berry," "Watermelon Whirl," and "Grape Rage." Bazooka gum also makes sugar-free flavors such as "Original" and a "Flavor Blasts" variety, claimed to have a longer-lasting, more intense taste. Bazooka gum comes in two different sizes - https://go.magik.ly/ml/cu7n/
Bazooka Candy Brands manufactures and markets the popular lollipop brands Ring Pops, Push Pops, Baby Bottle Pops and other candy and gum products, including the iconic Bazooka Bubble Gum.
Parent company Topps is an international marketer of entertainment products, principally collectible trading cards, sticker collections, and collectible strategy games.
The Topps Company was founded in 1938 as Topps Chewing Gum, and in its early years produced a popular penny "Topps Gum" from a factory in Brooklyn, N.Y. After World War II, the company developed Bazooka Bubble Gum, and in 1950, added trading cards to its product line. Baseball cards appeared in 1951 and quickly became a vital part of pop culture, a tradition that continues to this day. The product line now includes football (both American and European) and basketball, in addition to entertainment cards, stickers and albums.
In July 2003, Topps acquired WizKids, LLC, a designer, and marketer of collectible strategy games. Topps was acquired in October 2007 by Madison Dearborn Partners, a private equity group, and Michael Eisner, former CEO of Disney. Headquartered in New York City, Topps also maintains offices in the United Kingdom, Italy, and Argentina.
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