A new toy has come to Google’s shopping page: the $1.1 billion candy shop.
In a video posted on YouTube, a man in a red suit looks up to the sky as he rides a skateboard through a candy store.
The shop is set to open in Mumbai on September 1, 2018.
The video has gone viral on social media.
“We’ve always loved the candy shop because it brings together all the things that make our childhood so special, whether it be a kid’s toy or a piece of art,” said Rajeev Shukla, CEO of the Google-owned Candy Shop India.
Google says the shop will be one of the first shopping experiences in India that is free of artificial coloring.
Google’s Shuklai said the shop’s creators have taken the opportunity to give kids an “unparalleled opportunity to learn about the world of technology and the wonders of nature,” while also bringing them a “candy shop experience that’s as natural as it is fun.”
He added that the company was working on the launch of a new Google Store in India to offer customers a “unique experience” and make it “the place to shop in India.”
The Candy Shop, which is set for a 2017 opening, has already attracted a wide range of reactions online.
Some people have described it as the best thing that ever happened to them, while others have criticized it for its low prices.
“Google Shopping has really been amazing.
It has changed the lives of many kids around the world,” one user wrote.
“But for some reason I was very disappointed in the price, since it was already over $1 million for the previous Candy Shop in India, which was also a fantastic experience.”