Chewy Milk Caramel on a Stick.
Manufactuer Notes: Initially developed in 1925 by the James O. Welch Co. and called the "Papa", the product was designed as a rich milk caramel on a stick for easy handling. In 1932 the name was changed to Sugar Daddy to suggest a wealth of sweetness. It has since become a well-known product to consumers of all generations. To this day the Sugar Daddy pops continue to deliver long-lasting caramel enjoyment.
Following the success of the Sugar Daddy, the James O. Welch Company introduced Sugar Babies in 1935. Being part of the family, the product is based on caramel, too. But in contrast to the Sugar Daddy pops, the Babies come in a bite-sized, pan-coated chewy form. Having been on the market for almost 70 years, Sugar Babies enjoys a high degree of brand awareness.
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