Founded in 1958, Chupa Chups are a variety of lollipops that come in over 50 flavors worldwide including coffee, cocoa-vanilla, forest fruits yogurt and creme brulee. Primarily made from sugar and flavorings, Chupa Chups are moderately fattening and should be consumed sparingly when watching your weight.
Chupa Chups are manufactured in Spain. Since its inception, the popularity of Chupa Chups has spread, making them a popular favorite in the United States and around the world.
My Fitness Pal reports that the average-sized Chupa Chup lollipop contains about 55 calories and 10-12 g of sugar. They contain no fat, carbohydrates, protein or dietary fiber.
My Fitness Plate reports that a Cola-flavored Chupa Chups lollipop contain about 60 calories, whereas a Strawberries and Cream flavored one contains about 32 calories. Cream-based versions tend to run about 10 calories higher than their fruit counterparts.