Chupa Chups is a brand of lollipop that was created in 1958 by the Spanish confectionery company, Granja Asturias. The name "Chupa Chups" comes from the Spanish verb "chupar," which means "to suck." The company was founded by Enric Bernat, who wanted to create a lollipop that wouldn't leave children's hands sticky.
Chupa Chups are known for their distinctive round shape, which is designed to fit comfortably in the mouth. They come in a variety of flavors, including fruit flavors like strawberry, orange, and apple, as well as more unique flavors like cola and creamy flavors like vanilla and chocolate.
The brand has become famous worldwide and has had collaborations with artists like Salvador Dali who designed its iconic logo. Today, Chupa Chups is owned by the Italian-Dutch multinational corporation, Perfetti Van Melle, and is sold in over 150 countries.