Fun Treats Makes Healthy Choice for New Freezer Pop
Across the globe, these Fun Treats carry a few different names. “We just shipped a load going to Equatorial Guinea, which is in western African,” says John Allman.
Inside this Cleveland factory, they all start out in the same way. The pop's plastic pouches are produced in-house before the product is made in these massive mixers and hit with heat to pasteurize. One machine fills the plastic pops, and then sends them to packaging where Tim Teague has been working the line for 20 years. “At least it keeps jobs here in America,” Teague says, “and here in Cleveland, locally, That's always a good thing,"
And soon, this factory will start fashioning something new to the world of freeze pops. Their newest recipe includes prebiotics that the Cleveland company says supports the healthy bacteria in your body, and wellmune that boosts your immune system. “You know how hard it’s to get your children to eat healthy anyway,” Allman says, “trying to get them to eat some asparagus or broccoli is difficult. Now you can give them a tasty treat and now you get the good ingredients all in one shot."
This idea is so new, it hasn't even hit store shelves yet, but Fun Treats hopes that when it does it takes your freezer by storm.
By: Latricia Thomas
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