Many parents will make a New Year’s resolution to eat healthier and reduce the amount of sugar in their children’s diet. Jonathan Raymond, sales manager for Zollipops UK announced that keeping that promise just became easier with an all natural, sugar free lollipop that actually helps prevent tooth decay.
“Zollipops are the ‘After you eat Treat.’ They’re sugar free, gluten free, non-GMO, 100% Natural lollipops, and what’s more, they are good for your teeth,” said Raymond. “They reduce the risk of tooth decay and future development of cavities.”
The innovative healthy treats are available in six fruit flavors that children love in the form of Zollipops, Zolli Drops and Zaffi Taffy. They’re also appropriate for vegan, kosher and dairy-free diets. All the candies are fat-free and have been lauded by dentists and hygienists around the world for their benefits. Parents no longer need to feel guilty about giving their kids sweets anymore!
The ‘clean teeth pops’are made with natural, plant-based sweeteners that are favourites among dentists for actively reducing levels of bad bacteria in the mouth.
Sugar-free Zollipops work naturally to lower the acidity levels in the mouth. Elevated acidity provides an environment in which bacteria can thrive, which leads to cavities and weakening of tooth enamel. Adjusting the pH level in the mouth inhibits the growth of bacteria, allowing teeth to remineralize faster for stronger, healthier teeth.
Made in the USA, Zollipops make it easy for parents to keep their New Year resolutions to limit youngster’s sugary treats. Zollipops are currently available on Amazon and direct from zollipops.co.uk in multiple size bags and will be rolling out to supermarkets nationwide shortly.
The ‘good for your teeth treat’ is also offered in a tub size appropriate for candy stores, trade shows, children’s celebrations and businesses that want to treat patron’s children to a complementary sweet.
Zollipops was born when Alina Morse, daughter of the company’s founder, wanted to accept a complementary lollipop at the local bank, but knew her parents had told her candy was bad for her teeth. She asked her father why they couldn’t make a lollipop that was actually good for teeth and Morse set about granting his daughter’s vision. The result was Zollipops.
Zollipops® - Sales & Marketing Manager
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