Amazon.co.uk is launching its own popsicle-molding product.
The online retail giant is launching the AmazonPopPopsicleMold in the U.K. and the U of A. It’s available in Canada and the UK.
Amazon’s popsicle business has seen its share of failures.
Its popular AmazonFresh, which lets customers order products they want for as little as $3.99 a pop, has been cancelled, and it had a disastrous foray into the food delivery business in which it had to settle for a $3,000 delivery charge for an order from a competitor.
In March, Amazon launched a rival, AmazonFresh Next, which it claims can handle $5 billion in orders a week.
But the company has struggled with sales, with the company’s third-quarter earnings and guidance for its stock tumbling and its share price falling this year.
In its latest earnings report on Monday, Amazon said its third- and fourth-quarter results had not been as good as it had hoped.
It said that, for the three months ended March 31, the number of deliveries by AmazonFresh deliveries fell 17.7% year-over-year and deliveries by PrimeFresh deliveries declined 14.5%.
The company said that it expected to deliver 1.8 million new PrimeFresh and PrimeFresh Next orders in the third quarter, but that that figure would fall to 1.1 million in the fourth quarter.
The company is also working on a new PrimeCandy line, but its announcement has yet to be made.