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Chloe’s Pops Signs First Licensing Deal with Nick

Chloe’s Pops has teamed up with Nickelodeon to develop a line of children’s popsicles leveraging the “Thomas & Friends” and “Sunny Day” franchises, according to ToyBook.

License Global

April 23, 2019

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Chloe’s Pops has teamed up with Nickelodeon to develop a line of children’s popsicles leveraging the “Thomas & Friends” and “Sunny Day” franchises, according to ToyBook.

The companies’ agreements will include two new flavors for the children’s line of frozen goods. The collection of low-calorie frozen fruit pops will include a new blueberry-banana flavor for the “Thomas & Friends” partnership as well as a strawberry-mango combination for the “Sunny Day” line.

The deal marks Chloe’s Pops first licensing deal to date. Founded by Chloe Epstein as an alternative to high-sugar frozen treats, the company has continued to gain steam in the consumer-packaged goods industry over the last couple of years.

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