Barley Pops - 1 oz Zoo Animals
Barley Pops - 1 oz Zoo Animals - display box of 24
Barley Pops - 1 oz Zoo Animals - box of 24
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Barley Pops - Zoo Animals 1 oz pop

Regular price $3.79
Sale price $3.79 Regular price

Take a walk on the wild side! These zoo animal lollipops come includes the following shapes: turtles, giraffes, gorillas, bears, kangaroos, alligators, rhinos, lions, elephants and frogs. This item comes in a variety of 7 colors and fruit flavors. The pops are hand poured and are individually wrapped. The pops are all approximately 7 inches tall with the paper stick. If you are purchasing more than one single pops we will mix up the flavors.

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Heidi K.
Out of STOCK and ZERO similar items

I think that I wanted to obtain some specialty candy items and after being charged - they were all unavailable. Disappointing.

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While these pops have the great old-time animal shape, and the one I am sucking on right now tastes great, I am a disappointed customer. I expected 'Barley Pops' to be made from barley sugar. These are made from cane sugar, and don't have the distinctive barley sugar taste I was hoping for.

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