"I love creating innovative treats that appeal to Canada's diverse tastes," Happy Pops founder Leila Keshavjee said in the announcement. "I started Happy Pops to bring all-natural, handcrafted flavor to Canadians, so French's locally-grown ketchup is a perfect pairing. I can't wait for people to try this condiment-turned-popsicle."
Happy Pops received early support from the University of Toronto’s entrepreneurship network, including the Centre for Entrepreneurship accelerator. Keshavjee went on to land a deal with the Dragon’s Den in 2018 and sells her frozen treats at grocery stores across Canada.
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