The Lollipop Farm, a small operation on a grassy, semi-rural property near B.C.’s Peace River, has just received a big welcome.
The farm was featured on the popular Food Network show Food Network Star.
The farm also received a national spotlight last month when former B.S. senator and now U.
S ambassador to Norway, Mike Pompeo, was quoted as saying, “It’s a very important moment in Canada’s history to have a Lollipops farm in our backyard.”
A Lolliptop farm is a small, semi or large-scale farming operation that has two or more acres of land in Canada, typically with more than 20 people on site.
The Lollipers have made their name with their popular, fluffy, fluffy and tasty Lollippop snack treats.
They’re also known for their unique flavor of corn and their signature Lollapalooza Lollie roll.
A LollaPops snack is made from corn and whipped cream mixed with a peanut butter, jelly and cinnamon stick mix.
It’s topped with a Lolla Pop-tart, which is the popular way to enjoy a LLLIPOP.
The roll is rolled out into an oval and eaten.
The family-owned farm, which sits at the base of the Peace River in north-central B.
Peace River Valley, is part of the Lolla Pops Farmstead family.