Last Updated on May 18, 2021 by Jim Edwards
What is Push Pop Candy?
Push Pops are an award-winning candy from America, produced in southeast Asia. They are essentially a lollipop that comes in the shape of a cylinder which you can push out when you want to take a lick and then retract it back, covering it for later. Its container has a spring lever that lets you pull the lollipop up and then push it down. This novel design makes it convenient, portable, and something cool to show off to your friends. Hence, making it a trendy candy. And kids LOVE PUSH POPS!
History of Push Pop candy
Push Pops were made by a New-York based confectionery company called Topps Candy, established in 1938. Topps candy launched Push Pops in 1986. It became an instant hit among kids and teenagers.
Push Pops also became a pop culture phenomenon, this new way of eating candies where you can put the top back on after eating a few and carry it with you wherever you go. This excellent and unique style of eating candies made it super popular among young adults and kids.
Since then, Push Pop has launched a plethora of flavors over the years. They have also come up with other designs like Triple Power Push Pops & Push pump spray candy.
Push Pop keeps coming up with new flavors, and the original flavors like Blue Raspberry, Watermelon, Strawberry, and Berry Blast retain their original tastes.
What is the Taste and Flavor of Push Pop like?
Push pop doesn’t hold back when it comes to flavors; they keep coming up with new exciting flavors now and then. Here is the list of all flavors:
|Strawberry||Watermelon||Berry Blast||Blue raspberry|
|Mystery||Twisted Raspberry Lemonade||Cola|
|Cherry||Twister cotton candy bubble gum||Fruit Frenzy|
|Bubble gum||Twisted Rainbow Sherbet||Warped Watermelon|
|Twisted berry||Grape||Berry Twisted|
|Twister strawberry watermelon||Apple||Grape push|
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What are the ingredients in Push Pops Candy?
Ingredients of All Flavors of Push Pops are Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Acidulant (Buffered Lactic Acid). Additionally: Strawberry: Nature Identical Flavors, Artificial Color (Strawberry INS 129, Berry Blast INS 133, Blue Raspberry INS 133, Grape INS 129 & INS 133, Lemon INS 133 & INS 102, Watermelon INS 129). Lychee: Nature Identical Flavors.
Nutritional Facts of Push Pops?
The nutritional facts mentioned below are for a serving size of 1 piece (30 gm)
|% Daily Value|
|Total Fat (0 g)||0%|
|Total Carbohydrates (30 g)||–|
|Total Sugar (20 g)||0%|
|Sodium (30 mg)||2%|
|Cholesterol (0 mg)||0%|
|Protein (0 g)||0%|
|Iron (0 mg)||0%|
|Calcium (0 mg)||0%|
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Video: ASMR Taste Test of Push Pop Candy
In this video, Kim and Liz, take you on an ASMR taste test video with Push Pops and other similar candies.
Turn up the volume – it’s fun to watch and listen to.
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Push Pops Candy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How many calories are there in Push Pops Candy?
One-piece or 30 grams of push pops candy contains 120 calories.
Are Push Pops candies gluten-free?
Every flavor of push pops is gluten-free, and all of them are manufactured in a gluten-free facility.
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