Friday, December 5, 2014

Mom's Pops, Sea Grape Pops, Fla. Updated Oct 2017

Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.--Mom's Pops uses ingredients native to Florida. Pam Hardy, owner of Mom's Pops, a local South Florida ice pops company, loves the idea of using native ingredients. This past October she decided to make some seasonal pops using coastal growing sea grapes.

Locally sourced Cherry Sea grape, Mandarin Carambola and
Coconut Lime pops, Mom's Pops, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla
Copyright 2014 by Helen A Lockey
"Getting people to try them was difficult," said Hardy, "but now keeping enough made is difficult."

Also pictured are her mandarin carambola pops made with Florida grown carambola (a.k.a. Starfruit). And her coconut lime pops made with Port St. Lucie, Fla., harvested key limes, and coconuts from her own backyard.

She is constantly coming up with new Florida sourced pops.

You can find Mom's Pops at the Saturday Morning West Palm Beach Green Market or the Sunday morning Palm Beach Gardens Green Market. And if you can't wait for the weekend you can go to her website at

October 2017 update: It is with a sad heart I have to tell you that Pam Hardy, the founder of Mom's Pops, passed away suddenly in the last week of September 2017.

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