Flintstones Push Up Pops were introduced around 1990 and stuck around at least into the late 90s. They weren't really a new product, Nestle was already producing the pops, and just rebranded them as Flintstones ones. They still exist today in a limited non-Flintstones form, but what's the point?
These push-up pops are ideal! They're only 70 calories each and have no artificial flavoring or coloring, not to mention they are yummy.
ToppsPush Pop (manufactured by Topps) is an American brand of fruit-flavored lollipops produced in Taiwan (and other Southeast Asian countries). It is a product of the Topps Company Inc. It debuted in 1986 and comes in many flavors.
Goodpop Creamy Push Pops are Delicious, Clean, and Dairy-Free. But they're free of dairy and other top allergens, and actually quite light.
Contains Milk and its Derivatives. Free from Wheat and Their Derivatives,Crustaceans and Their Derivatives,Eggs and Their Derivatives,Fish and Their Derivatives,Soybean and its Derivatives,Tree Nuts and Their Derivatives,Peanuts and Their Derivatives.
The good news for grown-ups is that push-up pops are back — and they've got alcohol. More alcohol than a glass of wine, in fact, so they're the perfect treat for summer parties. Oh, and they're all vegan.
Red Bull GmbHRedbull is owned by the Austrian company Red Bull GmbH. The company introduced the drink in Austria in 1987, marking the beginning of the global energy drink industry.
Absolutely not. Red Bull is not under the Coca-Cola Company and is instead their competitor. Red Bull is owned by an Austrian Company, which is managed by an Austrian billionaire named Dietrich Mateschitz, who came up with Red Bull initially as a beverage to tackle jetlag.