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We handcraft our Certified Vegan Ice Pops with all raw ingredients. We source the most Organic local fruit and vegetables and freshly juice it into our Ice Pops with no stabilizers or additives except for a touch of cane sugar in the Lavender Lemonade and agave in the Green Monster.

Ice pops Flavors

Our ice pops have only 5g sugar and 30 calories or less per 2.5oz Ice Pop!

LAVENDER LEMONADE

Lemon, Filtered Water, Cane Sugar and Lavender Flowers

WATERMELON POP

Watermelon, Orange and Lemon (Seasonal)

GREEN MONSTER POP

Cucumber, Lemon, Kale, Celery and Agave

ORANGE POP

Orange, Sweet Potato and Pear

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Benicia Mom’s Organic Ice Pop Business Heats Up

Benicia Mom’s Organic Ice Pop Business Heats Up

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...

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Benicia Biz Beat: Fairyella Ice Pops in Whole Foods,  other locations

Benicia Biz Beat: Fairyella Ice Pops in Whole Foods, other locations

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.

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Events

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PCFMA Farmers Market

Todos Santos Plaza, Thursdays 4pm-8pm

CCCFM (Farmers Market)

Walnut Creek Sundays 9am-1pm

Every Sunday through November 18th 9am-1pm

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