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Disneyland is now selling pineapple cotton candy - and it even looks like the real fruit

Posted On: Jun 14, 2018   |   Posted By: Business Insider

Disneyland is now selling pineapple cotton candy - and it even looks like the real fruit

Disneyland in Anaheim, California, is selling a new pineapple cotton candy.
The treat is shaped like a real pineapple, and decorated with gold glitter, mini umbrellas, and pineapple leaves.
Customers can buy the pineapple cotton candy at the Downtown Disney District's Cotton Candy Creations for $8.
Disney food bloggers and other fans are loving the cotton candy.
People on Instagram seem excited to try out the new dessert .
Disneyland has succeeded yet again in proving that it's the " Happiest Place on Earth " by selling a new pineapple cotton candy.
The decadent limited-edition dessert from Cotton Candy Creations not only resembles a real pineapple, but it's also covered in gold glitter and topped with mini umbrellas and pineapple leaves.
And though the $8 treat was only introduced recently, it has already captured people's attention online.
Cotton Candy Creations , located in Disneyland's downtown district, posted a photo of its latest creation on Instagram on June 2.
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