Organic Lollipops


The breadth of organically grown products available today is amazing. Children do not have to miss out on childhood treats, such as lollipops, because their family only eats organic. Two weeks ago, we discovered Yummy Earth’s Organic Lollipops. These lollipops are delicious and the perfect size for children. At $2.21 for 15 lollipops (assorted sizes are available), Yummy Earth’s Organic Lollipopsare affordable. We have tried other natural lollipops, like Magic Cabin’s Natural Lollipops.

Magic Cabin’s Natural Lollipops are made in England (Yummy Earth’s Organic Lollipopsare made in Mexico), and they cost about $8.00 for 8 lollipops! Magic Cabin’s Natural Lollipops do not look like “normal” lollipops, and they are not organic. They are handmade, but they are very big and sweet, thus we couldn’t finish one in one sitting. Both Magic Cabin’s Natural Lollipops and Yummy Earth’s Organic Lollipops come in a variety of sweet flavors.

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  1. […] The more I read about food additives, the more my convictions to feed my family natural, organic food is confirmed.  Just yesterday, my daughter brought home from school tons of junk Valentine’s Day candy.  At first, she wanted to eat it, but then we had a talk about the candy’s contents.  By the time her father got home, she was explaining to him why the candy was bad, and as always, we offered to trade her the junk candy for organic sweets. […]

  2. […] The more I read about food additives, the more my convictions to feed my family natural, organic food is confirmed. Just yesterday, my daughter brought home tons of junk Valentine’s Day candy from school. At first, she wanted to eat it, but then we had a talk about the candy’s contents. By the time her father got home, she was explaining to him why the candy was bad, and as always, we offered to trade her the junk candy for organic sweets. […]

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