The lollipop was trademarked in 1931 by American candy maker George Smith, who claimed to have invented the lollipop in 1908. However, similar candy-on-a-stick concepts have been r...
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.
A lollipop is a type of confectionery now consisting of a sweetmeat of hard candy
... There is some speculation that lollipops were invented during the American ...
The History of the Lollipop - Lollipops are one of the most old-fashioned ... In
approximately 1912, Russian immigrant Samuel Born invented a machine that ...
The name lollipop
was first coined by George Smith, owner of a confectionery business called the Bradley Smith Company. However, George Smith's story of how he thought up the name might be a true horse tail, since in the northern part of England, "lolly" means "tongue"... More »
In America, the history of the first lollipops has been distorted over time. There is
some speculation that lollipops were invented during the American Civil War.
Lollipop, one of the most popular candies in modern times, had a long and
interesting history. Here you can find out more about this interesting candy, from
Though the word lollipop is a generic term today, George Smith was the first to ...
This changed when Max Buchmuller, a foreman for the company, invented and ...
Lollipop manufacturing grew independently in California and in 1916 Samuel
Born invented the Born Sucker machine.This machine automatically inserted the
There are many stories about how the lollipop was invented. Some believe that a
form of it has been around since the 1800s. Charles Dickens and other authors ...