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Strawberry Pops

Updated on May 21, 2013

Mmmm, Tasty!

Out of all of the fruit flavored pops, my favorite is the Strawberry Pop because it tastes sweet, and it's perfect for summer since it cold and delicious. The strawberry pop does melt in the sun, so I recommend eating it before it reaches that point. In the summer, I tend to have at least 1 strawberry pop a day. In this lens, I will show you some of the best strawberry pops, provide some facts about strawberry pops, and more.


Do you have any allergies to specific foods? Well, I have over 10 different allergies. I am allergic to wheat, corn, soy, dairy, and the list goes on and on. I make sure that I know what I am putting into my mouth because if I am careless, I could get very sick from foods I am allergic to. Luckily, I've never been careless, but I can assure you that these Strawberry Pops are healthy and safe to eat. I examine all of the ingredients that make up a single food before buying. My favorite strawberry pops had none of those bad ingredients, so I bought them, ate them, and I have been enjoying them ever since.

Origin of All Popsicles

In 1905, 11-year-old Frank Epperson accidentally invented the popsicle by leaving a mixture of powdered soda and water in a stirring stick in a cup on his porch. San Francisco, Epperson's native land, was experiencing record breaking cold temperatures that night. Epperson woke up next morning to find the frozen pop which would eventually become a favorite American treat. Epperson originally named his creation the epsicle which became popular with friends. Eventually, after realizing the commercial use of his invention, Epperson renamed his invention to the "popsicle" which is still used today (sometimes shortened to pop). The idea of the name popsicle came when Epperson's children frequently requested "Pop’s ’sicle." Then Epperson went to patent his creation on August 19, 1924. Just a year later in 1925, Epperson sold the rights to brand the name Popsicle® to the Joe Lowe Company in New York. The popsicles quickly caught on to the American people because in 1928, over 60 million pops were sold.

Natural Choice Strawberry Pops

Natural Choice Foods Organic Frozen Strawberry Fruit Bars, 6-Count, 16.5-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 3)
Natural Choice Foods Organic Frozen Strawberry Fruit Bars, 6-Count, 16.5-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 3)

These are the strawberry pops that I enjoy on a daily basis. These strawberry pops are healthy, and if I can eat them with dozens of allergies, then so can you. These strawberry pops provide the perfect relief during a hot day in the summer. We usually buy these once a week because everyone in the family loves these pops.


Giving Thanks

When we enjoy the taste of a strawberry pop, we must all give thanks to Frank Epperson who made the strawberry pops possible.

Strawberry Pops are my favorite fruit flavored pops, and during the summer, I have 1 pop everyday!

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    • Aster56 profile image


      6 years ago

      Nice lens liked the strawberry pop.

    • CCGAL profile image


      6 years ago

      Yes - and I liked this lens, too. I'm pinning it to my Pinterest board for SquidWoot entries, week 1. Good luck!


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