Always embracing its weirdly awesome side, Trolli wants candy fans to put their creativity on display with the new Trolli Sour Gummi Creations Martian Mix, and there is surprise is waiting in the bag. Are you ready to discover the “UMC” Unidentified Martian Candy?
Over the years, Trolli has always looked to push the creativity conversation. From partnerships with basketball superfans like James Harden to pop culture connections like Deadpool, the brand appreciates that candy is meant to be fun and engaging.
With the latest offering, the Sour Gummi Creations Martian Mix, the idea is more that just grabbing another candy handful from the bag. It encourages people to play with their food and be a little more creative.
Dave Foldes, Director of Marketing for Trolli, said “We can’t wait for fans to get their hands on our new Sour Gummi Creations Martian Mix, letting their imaginations run wild with over 200 flavor combinations before beaming the alien creations up to their final destinations: mouths and stomachs across the country.”
What can candy fans expects from Trolli Sour Gummi Creations Martian Mix?
Given the mix, match and play aspect to the candy, there are “216 unique and customizable combinations” in a bag. With six flavors, “strawberry, blue raspberry, mango, watermelon, lemonade and pineapple,” it will be interesting to see how the flavors play with each other. From combining favorite pairings to push the flavor boundaries, this candy is looking to go out of this world.
Some people might prefer to mix and match based on shape. From alien bodies to space rings, the imagery could lend itself to some galactic photo ops. Wonder if these candies could get a ride on the next SpaceX launch or become the official Space Force candy?
While many people look to the stars for inspiration in the vast, great unknown, others look to the past to channel their new ideas. Although sometimes history should never repeat itself, the reality is that the past might hold some clues to the future.
With that concept in mind, Trolli is looking to revitalize MySpace. For some people, that social media platform might not ring a bell, but one person is looking to take over that forgotten channel.
The Martian Mix alien was confused when MySpace looked more like a black hole that a welcoming locale. “Imagine our surprise when we landed at MySpace expecting to be right in the middle of earthlings’ favorite online destination, looked around and didn’t see anyone else hanging out. Oh, well – I’m sure they’ll show up any minute. In the meantime, we’ll just hang out and wait to carry out our mission to be eaten!”
Candy fans are encouraged head to MySpace for the opportunity to win prizes and learn more about the new candy offerings and the various combinations.
Are you ready for a candy experience that might be a little out of this world? What would be your best flavor combination for this Unidentified Martian Candy?