As much as bacon-flavored lollipops may seem a novelty, there are a number of makers of this fine creation. What number? Let's find out!
Accoutrements Bacon Lollipops -- If you have a penchant for novelty gifts, then there is a good chance you know about this Seattle-area brand. I once bought a product from Accoutrements called "Angel Snot"! (Superfluous! And not edible!) If you want a "cute" bacon lollipop as a gag gift, this is may be the way to go.
DAS Foods Man Bait Bacon Lollipops -- The name says it all. Ladies, put a few of these bacon-flavored candy babies out and watch the men come a runnin'! Reviews on Amazon indicate this Chicago-based candy maker has a flavorful product.
Roni-Sue Maple-Bacon Lollipops -- If you ever had the "bright" idea of toting your breakfast in your pocket -- I'll bet you had one sticky pocket! I also think Roni-Sue's bacon candy concoction will take you where you want to go with less pocket mess. These are made by NYC-based candy experts, Roni-Sue's Chocolates.
VAT19's Bacon Lollipops -- The self-proclaimed "Purveyors of Curiously Awesome Products", VAT19.com, sell a bacon pop set that I think is the "hands-down" best in the bacon lollipop niche. (What does "niche" mean? It's superfluous. See above for the meaning of superfluous.)
These U.S.-made lollies are hand-poured (in bacon-shaped molds!) in small batches and come in three flavors (all sold together!). If you want bacon pops a plenty, VAT19 has your back (and your fatback! -- sort of). It should be noted that these pops contain soy-bacon bits (either a good thing or a bad thing, depending upon who you are). They come in packs of six, with three bacony flavors -- honey, maple, and BBQ. (NOM!)
Four. The number is four. Everybody's not falling over themselves to make these, but there are people boiling up a savory hard candy niche here. (There's that "niche" word again!)