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Madelaine Thanksgiving Chocolate Lollipops
Give the Kids Madelaine Thanksgiving Chocolate Lollipops and See Them Smile
Madelaine Thanksgiving chocolate lollipops are an annual favorite in many homes on Thanksgiving Day. These solid milk chocolate pops are wrapped in seasonal foil featuring colorful Thanksgiving characters and images. After they enjoy their rich, creamy chocolate treats, have the kids make a holiday treasure using the colorful foil! Order these annual favorites in bulk and use them to accent your holiday table display, or set the decorative display box on a hostess tray and make these pops the ideal welcome gift. Kosher Dairy. 60 individually wrapped pieces per order. Sweet City Candy is your wholesale candy headquarters. Since Madelaine Thanksgiving chocolate lollipops are a seasonal item, and a very popular one at that, we suggest ordering them early to ensure you get yours delivered in time for the holidays. If you can't find the candy or chocolate you are looking for, contact us and we will be happy to help you in any way we can.
Item #: 1402
Perishable Item Yes Perishable
Qty 60 Count
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