Added by on 2017-10-16

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Amborella Organics sells seed-bearing lollipops. It’s a treat you can enjoy long after you’ve finished it. Learn more: The INSIDER team believes that life is an adventure! Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: INSIDER on Facebook: INSIDER on Instagram: INSIDER on Twitter: Video Rating: / 5


  • Schmerta Niskapims 1 month ago

    Oer mah gerrrrrd

  • katey cat 1 month ago


  • Rahbiya Kohgadai 1 month ago

    So this is what kids are eating nowadays. It's not a bad thing, it's actually very smart and it's great for the environment. Not only is it helping the planet ( greenhouse gasses) but you can also enjoy it at the same time. I wish jolly ranchers would do this. It would be awesome

  • Guardian Turret 1 month ago

    Does this in front of police officers

    Gets ticket

  • Kevin slash 300 1 month ago

    But…. Can it grow a lolipop again?

  • Francisco Chaeremon 1 month ago

    You need to sell it here in the Philippines, due to the country having so many cars than people. And an even more astronomically high amounts of carbon dioxide.

  • DreamAngel_ 1 month ago

    How much is this? ._.

  • Geno Avangelo 1 month ago

    newsflash……your not going to save the planet

  • Jocelyn LJY 1 month ago

    That’s one tree not planted.

  • Weifei Zou 1 month ago

    Insider can you please leave a link to where u can actually buy the product?! What if lm more interested in the product than your instagram??

  • Kawaii Cotton 1 month ago

    Environment friendly because no more sucker sticks in waste!

  • Awesome Animation Time 1 month ago

    wtf they EAT THE DIRT INSIDE WTF!?!?

  • XxXDa_Kaweii Spoon 1 month ago

    Also incest in them cause insects are on plant

  • Erica Gomez 1 month ago

    Great job whoever made this. It means i can litter even more 😀

  • HeyIt's RayRay11 1 month ago

    Why do I want one now XD

  • The Boogie Woogie Bookworms 1 month ago

    Imagine how many people will pick the sticks up and throw them away

  • MankDemes 1 month ago

    Tbh I'd rather just eat a normal lolipop and then plant a flower right after then spend 2.50 (plus shipping which is 7 dollars) just my opinion

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