Ring Pop Twisted

Topps Company Inc.



Ring Pop Twisted Lollipop Candy

Bazooka Candy Brands

A wearable ring, with a huge delicious candy jewel as the stone. Every girl's dream! ( okay, not a five-karat diamond, but it's edible!) Believe it or not, Ring Pop was invented by a concerned father. Frank Richard's daughter had a terrible habit of sucking her thumb, and being a product engineer for Topps, he came up with this brilliant idea to try and dissuade his daughter away from her thumb. It worked! Since 1979, Ring Pop have adorned many fingers! Ring Pop Twisted come in a wide variety of flavours including Twisted Blue Raspberry, Watermelon, Twisted Berry Blast and Citrus Craze.

  • Individually Wrapped
  • Kosher Certified
  • Made in the USA

.5 oz. Ring | 24 COUNT BOX


Sugar, corn syrup, buffered lactic acid, artificial flavours, pear juice concentrate, blue 1, natural and artificial flavour, red 3, red 40 lake, blue 1 lake, titanium dioxide, yellow 5 lake.

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