Pop isn’t dead: Icy treats become sweet trend

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Pop isn’t dead: Icy treats become sweet trend

Steven Carse, 26, who started the King of Pops last year when he was laid off from his job as an analyst waits on a carload of customers at his corner in Atlanta, Friday, Aug. 20, 2010. King of Pops sells popsicles that are full of unexpected ingredients like cardamom, cilantro, lavender and ginger in addition to delectable combinations of fruit.
Sydnee Evans, 12, enjoys a Watermelon Mojito frozen pop at the King of Pops in Atlanta, Friday, Aug. 20, 2010. King of Pops sells popsicles that are full of unexpected ingredients like cardamom, cilantro, lavender and ginger in addition to delectable combinations of fruit.
Steven Carse, 26, who started the King of Pops last year when he was laid off from his job as an analyst waits for customers on a corner in Atlanta, Friday, Aug. 20, 2010. King of Pops sells popsicles that are full of unexpected ingredients like cardamom, cilantro, lavender and ginger in addition to delectable combinations of fruit.
Steven Carse, 26, who started the King of Pops last year when he was laid off from his job as an analyst updates his menu at his corner in Atlanta.
Dona Yarbrough enjoys an Orange Basil frozen pop at the King of Pops in Atlanta, Friday, Aug. 20, 2010. King of Pops sells popsicles that are full of unexpected ingredients like cardamom, cilantro, lavender and ginger in addition to delectable combinations of fruit.

Pop isn’t dead: Icy treats become sweet trend

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Steven Carse, 26, who started the King of Pops last year when he was laid off from his job as an analyst waits on a carload of customers at his corner in Atlanta, Friday, Aug. 20, 2010. King of Pops sells popsicles that are full of unexpected ingredients like cardamom, cilantro, lavender and ginger in addition to delectable combinations of fruit.
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Sydnee Evans, 12, enjoys a Watermelon Mojito frozen pop at the King of Pops in Atlanta, Friday, Aug. 20, 2010. King of Pops sells popsicles that are full of unexpected ingredients like cardamom, cilantro, lavender and ginger in addition to delectable combinations of fruit.
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Steven Carse, 26, who started the King of Pops last year when he was laid off from his job as an analyst waits for customers on a corner in Atlanta, Friday, Aug. 20, 2010. King of Pops sells popsicles that are full of unexpected ingredients like cardamom, cilantro, lavender and ginger in addition to delectable combinations of fruit.
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Steven Carse, 26, who started the King of Pops last year when he was laid off from his job as an analyst updates his menu at his corner in Atlanta.
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Dona Yarbrough enjoys an Orange Basil frozen pop at the King of Pops in Atlanta, Friday, Aug. 20, 2010. King of Pops sells popsicles that are full of unexpected ingredients like cardamom, cilantro, lavender and ginger in addition to delectable combinations of fruit.
On the Net

@On the Net text indented:King of Pops: http://kingofpops.net
Locopops: www.ilovelocopops.com
Goodpops: www.goodpops.com

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