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Making everyday smiles bigger

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The triangular ice treat

SUN LOLLY’s unique triangular shape and delicious, refreshing flavours have been part of Nordic summers since 1979. Loved by the small and not-so-small, SUN LOLLY Ice is made with fruit juice* and contains no artificial sweeteners or preservatives.

Flavours that put a smile on every face

Over the years, the Classic SUN LOLLY ice has grown to include a range of exciting fruity flavours made with fruit juice*. There’s also a Creamy version, which is a delicious alternative to frozen ice cream. Our cheeky Brain Bites come in a selection of exciting flavour combinations – all with the revitalising taste experience of the Classic SUN LOLLY. Whichever flavour you prefer, there’s bound to be a SUN LOLLY to suit every occasion and bring a smile to every face.

The fun keeps going with SUN LOLLY

Did you know there’s much more to SUN LOLLY than home-freeze ice treats? You can also enjoy our range of thirst-quenching fruit drinks. Just like the home-freeze treats, they’re made with tasty fruit juice* and contain no artificial sweeteners.

* Does not apply to Creamy and Cola flavours

Right from the beginning Sun Lolly was marketed in weekly magazines and tabloids with catchy adds and humoristic texts.

The refreshing ice was quickly marketed at the Swedish market.

The characteristic artwork which is typical for Sun Lolly is clearly seen on this sign.

The concept of home freeze ice was new to many and had to be illustrated in the best manner.

The ice lolles are characterized by the great flavour of natural fruit juice.

Humoristic and catchy marketing material.

Once Sun Lolly was sold as pick and mix – not bad

Catchy marketing material from the English market.

Sun Lolly was originally launched in 3 different flavours; Grape (or Champagne as it was called back then), Pineapple and Orange.

Sun Lolly was originally launched in 3 different flavours; Grape (or Champagne as it was called back then), Pineapple and Orange.

Strawberry was the 4th flavour which was launched.

The popular ice lollies was quickly exported to other markets, among other Great Brittan.