Zolliween

Halloween Deals

If you are handing out candy, we suggest you give Zolli Candy to trick-or-treaters, as our candy is not only delicious, it is free from the major food allergens, is free of sugar, is gluten-free, keto-friendly and kosher. Zolli Candy is the perfect candy for everyone!

Zollipops Watermelon Clean Teeth Lollipops Case
Zollipops have 0 grams of sugar, 0 grams of net carbs, are vegan, dairy free, soy free, non GMO, no artificial dyes, kosher, and have natural flavors.
Case Zollipops® Watermelon 3.1oz Pouches - 24/case
Zollipops Watermelon Clean Teeth Lollipops Case
Zollipops have 0 grams of sugar, 0 grams of net carbs, are vegan, dairy free, soy free, non GMO, no artificial dyes, kosher, and have natural flavors.
Case Zollipops® Watermelon 3.1oz Pouches - 24/case

Case Zollipops® Watermelon 3.1oz Pouches - 24/case

$120.00
Case Zolli® Ball Popz™ Assorted Fruit Pouches 5.2oz - 24/case
Zolli Ball Popz have 0 teaspoons of sugar. Competing ball pop lollipops have 5.25 teaspoons of sugar.
Case Zolli® Ball Popz™ Assorted Fruit Pouches 5.2oz - 24/case
Case Zolli® Ball Popz™ Assorted Fruit Pouches 5.2oz - 24/case
Zolli Ball Popz have 0 teaspoons of sugar. Competing ball pop lollipops have 5.25 teaspoons of sugar.
Case Zolli® Ball Popz™ Assorted Fruit Pouches 5.2oz - 24/case

Case Zolli® Ball Popz™ Assorted Fruit Pouches 5.2oz - 24/case

$189.00

Enter Your Pumpkin Designs to Win Zolli Candy!

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Zolli Candy is looking for the best, most creative pumpkin designs. Send us links to your Instagram, Tiktok, YouTube or Pinterest posts of your designs by tagging us @ZolliCandy and the hashtags #Zollicandy and #Zolliween and you’ll be entered to win a Zolli Candy gift each week in October!

Teal Pumpkins

Of all the colored pumpkins on display, this may be the single most recognizable shade for families trick-or-treating across the nation. The high visibility around teal pumpkins — which have become a symbol of comfort for those facing foodborne allergies — comes after many years of awareness and education efforts by those whose health is threatened by popular Halloween candy and chocolate products.

Join Team Teal Pumpkin

Purple Pumpkins

The Purple Pumpkin Project is a fundraising campaign established almost a decade ago by the Epilepsy Foundation. Over 3.4 million people live with epilepsy in the United States. That’s a lot of people! Our Purple Pumpkin Project raises money to assure them that they are not alone. Display your Purple Pumpkin, and post your story and photos on your fundraising page and via social media to build awareness about epilepsy and support the Epilepsy Foundation in the fight to END EPILEPSY. It’s amazing what a small can of purple paint and a fruit can do. (yes, pumpkins are fruits!

Join Team Purple Pumpkin

Pink Pumpkins

The world goes pink every October in an effort to educate others about the diagnosis that awaits 1 in 8 American women, according to the American Cancer Society. The Pink Pumpkin Project, a nonprofit based in upstate New York, keeps the conversation going year-round — ultimately encouraging all to schedule annual mammograms while raising awareness.

Join Team Pink Pumpkin

Blue Pumpkins

Displaying blue-painted pumpkins signals that homeowners have worked to make their environment inclusive to all; free of decorations, lighting or candy that may trigger sensory sensitivities for Autistic individuals, as well as indicate that they’re aware conversational communication may be limited. Those who display blue pumpkins aim to kickstart conversations about Autism Spectrum Disorders throughout the season.

Join Team Blue Pumpkin

White Pumpkins

White pumpkins aren’t currently tied to a local or national organization, they are a great way to show your support for those affected by pregnancy and infancy loss (October is National Pregnancy and Infancy Loss Awareness Month).

Yellow Pumpkins

Yellow pumpkins are a reminder to all participating in Halloween events or trick-or-treating to always practice patient kindness, and to put less stock in traditions that may require a conversation or a traditional costume. Disorders throughout the season.

Red Pumpkins

There isn’t a formal red pumpkin campaign since 2018, but MADD urges anyone — and everyone — to play their part by setting out red pumpkins come Halloween. Halloween is tragically one of the deadliest days of the year. In 2019, drunk driving-related accidents killed 41 people on Halloween in the U.S, accounting for 31% of all traffic deaths that night. And that number only multiplies when the holiday falls on a weekend: Friday is the most dangerous night to be out on the streets, followed by Tuesday and Sunday, according to new data by The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Crash Report Sampling System.

Zolliween Inspiration

Join us on this wickedly delightful journey and unleash your own creativity. Follow us for a dose of inspiration and stay tuned for more enchanting concoctions that will ignite your festive spirit. Embrace the magic of Zolliween and make this season a bewitchingly sweet adventure! 🎃👻🍭 #Zolliween #Zollicandy #HalloweenTreats

Download This Book for Your Class 

This is a class book to create with your students and a pumpkin colors book to read to your class this fall. The pumpkin colors book includes pumpkins in the 11 basic colors(red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black, white, gray, pink.)