All-natural ice pops from The Hyppo will now be sold in Florida Publix stores

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PHOTO VIA THE HYPPO
Looks like you won't have to go further than the freezer aisle at Publix for your gourmet popsicle fix! The Hyppo, St. Augustine-based maker of handmade, all-natural pops, has announced that they've made their way into select locations of the supermarket chain in four states including Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama.

The five fruity flavors that can be snagged are their signature Strawberry Lemonade, Sparkling Mango, Watermelon Hibiscus, Mango Mojito and the brand-new Honeydew Green Tea – which can only be found at Publix.



Each ice pop is sold separately in their own highlighter-colored box – priced 2 for $5. For now, you’ll have to give your local Publix a call to see if they carry the frozen treats, but the Hyppo promises to have a list of stores carrying the brand for customers out ASAP.

The Hyppo used to have a Lake Eola location, but it transformed into teh Pop Parlour in 2014.



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