Zoku Slow-Pop Mini Pop Molds named finalist for IDEA Awards

Hoboken, N.J. – The Zoku Slow-Pop Mini Pop Molds is a finalist in the 2014 International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA). Started by the Industrial Designers Society of America in 1980, the IDEA program is considered one of the most preeminent design competitions in the nation.

The Slow-Pop Mini Pop Molds was nominated based on multiple aspects including innovation, benefit to the user, responsibility, and visual appeal and appropriate aesthetics.

Mini Pops can be easily made by pouring juice, chocolate, flavored yogurt or candy into the Slow-Pop Mini Pop Molds and then freezing. The set comes with a bright red Mini Pop Mold and nine reusable sticks with built-in drip guards. The contemporary design is lightweight.

Once the ingredients are poured into the flexible molds, a reusable stick is placed in each mold. After freezing, pull up on a stick to release the pop. Unlike traditional freezer pops, Mini Pops do not need to be run under warm water to be released from the molds.

Available for immediate shipment, Zoku Slow-Pop Mini Pop Molds has a suggested retail price of $16.99.

ZokuZoku Slow-Pop Mini Pop Molds do not need warm water to release the treats.

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