Lollipop, which is a kind of candy food deeply loved by the majority of people, was originally a hard candy inserted in a stick, and later developed many more delicious and fun varieties. Not only children love lollipop, but also some childlike adults will eat it. The types of lollies include gelatin candy, hard candy, milk candy, chocolate and milk and fruit.
In 1958, Enrique Bernard fengliadosa, the inventor of the world-famous lollipop, first introduced this kind of candy with a stick. As a result, a candy company that could hardly operate turned a loss into a profit. For some people, it has become a fashionable and interesting sign to hold a candy in their mouth and stick of candy sticking out from their lips.
The Spanish family company that makes lollipops makes four billion lollipops a year. It has many branches and factories all over the world, employing nearly 2000 people. They produce more than 50 varieties of lollipops, including a spicy lollipop specifically for the Mexican market.