Who Invented the Lollipop?


The lollipop was invented by George Smith. He trademarked the name in the year 1931 but is said to have created it in the year 1908.
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The inventor of stick candy is unknown, but the Lollipop name was trademarked by George Smith in 1931. Smith claimed to have named it after his favorite race horse.
Samuel Born had already invented a machine that inserted sticks into candy, called the Born Sucker Machine, in San Francisco in 1916.
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