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Happy Pops snares a dragon

Leila Keshavjee made a grand entrance to the CBC’s season premiere of Dragons’ Den last night to pitch her business, Happy Pops...

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A refreshing twist on a classic confection.

Any budding entrepreneur would acknowledge that successful ideas do not have to involve reinventing the wheel. Rather, it’s reimagining what already exists. For Leila Keshavjee, that involved zeroing in on the humble popsicle...

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Transforming popsicles one Happy Pop at a time.

We all scream for ice cream, but why not popsicles? Leila Keshavjee wants to change your popsicle perception from a sugary artificially flavoured summer treat into a healthy year-round snack...

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Fixing the gender gap in Canada's startup community

“When you see other women succeed in business, it inspires you to do the same.” says Leila Keshavjee, founder of popsicle company Happy Pops, who is also set to appear on season 13 of CBC’s “Dragon’s Den.”...

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Prosecco with popsicles

Signature cocktails don’t get much cooler than this. Part bubbly, part ice pop, there’s no better celebratory refreshment to serve on a hot summer day than glasses of prosecco garnished with popsicles...

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Cool under pressure

Leila Keshavjee sometimes feels like the odd woman out among tech-minded University of Toronto entrepreneurs – she makes ice pops – but that didn’t stop her from landing a deal on the hit CBC show Dragons' Den...

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Sweetness Meets Sophistication

They say if something seems too good to be true, it probably is. Well, sometimes that’s just plain wrong. Take Leila Keshavjee’s delicious, all-natural popsicles and vegan ice cream sandwiches, for instance...

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The biggest wedding trends for 2017

From venues and decor to fashion and food, saying “I do” is definitely not the only decision you'll make on your special day. Weddingbells editor-in-chief Alison McGill shares the top trends for the upcoming wedding season...

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On The Set Of ‘Dragon’s Den’

ET Canada is on the set of “Dragon’s Den” to meet season 13’s two new judges: Vincenzo Guzzo and Lane Merrifield...

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A new crop of ice cream vendors gives new life to Dickie Dee bikes

Ms. Tung buys her Popsicles wholesale, stocking up on classics such as Fudgsicles and buying from a small business in Toronto, Happy Pops. The handmade ice pops use organic cane sugar and offer grown-up flavours such as matcha and lemon mint.

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Canadian Grocer: Cold Comforts

Happy Pops is one of those newer items. Toronto founder Leila Keshavjee decided to create her healthier popsicle, which has significantly less sugar than the norm, .

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Winners of the 2019 GIC Top 10 in Grocery

A vegan cream cheese and an all-natural frozen treat were among the winners of this year’s Top 10 in Grocery award, handed out during a gala event at Grocery Innovations Canada on Tuesday.

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Happy Pops donates snacks to frontline staff

Ismaili CIVIC partnered with Happy Pops (, run by Leila Keshavjee, to deliver snacks to frontline staff at local hospitals. Cumulatively, Ismaili CIVIC volunteers have delivered over 31, 500 snacks to the following hospitals...

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