Kimberli was recently featured on KCBS radio. Hear what she had to say about Fairyella Ice pops by clicking here.
The Tooth Fairy doesn’t exist, but don’t tell that to Fairyella Ice Pop owner Kimberli Haris. The pixie is very much alive in her life — and in her Benicia-based company. Haris has very fond memories of her mother introducing her to the idea of Fairyella, a friend who...
FAIRYELLA ICE POPS, created by Benician Kimberli Haris and named for a character in her mother’s poems, are now being sold in many Whole Foods Markets, including San Francisco Franklin, the flagship store, as well as those in Fremont, Napa, Sonoma, Oakland and Campbell. Haris also will participate in a vendor event May 30 in Campbell.
Kimberli Haris of Benicia hand fills a tray of organic ice pops for freezing at a commercial kitchen in Concord where she rents space. Haris sells the ice pops at selected farmers markets and in certain Whole Foods stores.
The Green Monster is pleasantly tangy—a delicious mix of cucumber, lemon, celery, kale, and agave. If this Fairyella Ice Pop sounds a bit like your morning juicing, that’s no coincidence.