With a delicious range of flavors and the Mystery Flavor™, Dum Dums lollipops provide a quality, fun, and classic treat for kids of all ages. Dum Dums have been trusted for decades by businesses as the classic candy to say thank-you to customers.
Dum Dums is the trusted brand with a flavor for everybody that's used to create positive relationships. Dum Dums are allergen free, have more flavors than any other individually wrapped candy, and are recognized as the #1 giveaway brand.
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Regular Dum Dums lollipops come in 16+1 Dum Dum flavors and are enjoyed by kids of all ages! Current flavors are Blu Raspberry, Bubble Gum, Butterscotch, Cherry, Cotton Candy, Cream Soda, Fruit Punch, Grape, Lemon Lime, Orange, Peach-Mango, Pineapple, Root Beer, Sour Apple, Strawberry, Watermelon, and the Mystery Flavor™.
Dum Dums are a popular item for Halloween, and as a giveaway treat at many restaurants and businesses...but we also have Dum Dums for other holidays and seasons!
Look for our Dum Dums Valentine Kit for Valentine's Day! With 50 pops per box, 2 Teacher cards, and 30 wraps to write names, this kit is perfect for your child's Valentine classroom exchange.
Look for Dum Dums Bunny Pops at your local retailer for Easter. This item is not available online.
Order 2 bags of your favorite Dum Dums Favorite Flavors from our online store to share with a friend or keep for yourself. For those crafty types, we have Dum Dums Color Party bags and bulk cases in specific colors to match your craft or party/theme decor.
Find out how the lollipop got its name | Learn how Dum Dums are made.
Dum Dums have their own mascot - The Dum Dums Drum Man who has been with us since 1966! Learn more about the Dum Dum Drum Man!
Learn about our Save Wraps for Stuff program.
DUM DUMS LOLLIPOP HISTORY
Dum Dums were originated by Akron Candy Co., Bellevue, Ohio, in 1924. I.C. Bahr, the early sales manager of the company, named the ball-shaped candy on a stick and figured dum-dum was a word any child could say.
In March of 1953, Spangler purchased the trade name along with equipment and machinery to make Dum Dums and moved the operation to Bryan. After the wax wrapped pops had been in production in Bryan for just four weeks, a celebration was held to mark their entry into the Spangler fold.
On June 4, 1953, a special Dum Dums booth outside the factory supplied Dum Dums free to all the children (grownups, too) and offered chances to win special gift prizes.
Dum Dums Suckers in 1953 | Flavor History
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