Signature Popcorn is a successful
business selling flavored popcorn online. The business, started in 2013, is
operated out of a 1,000-square-foot building that once held Long Grove Popcorn
Signature Popcorn mixes
different flavors of popcorn—traditional favorites and flavors that they dream
up. Flavors include spicy toppings to sugary birthday cake. Traditional include
Popcorn is popular and sales
are good. So, the president, Eric Wallor, has decided that now is the time to
open a brick-and-mortar store in Long Grove, IL. He feels Long Grove could be a
fun place to live and visit.
Good luck to Signature
Popcorn in their new adventure. Keep on popping!
Tribune by Ronnie Wachter
Primo Popcorn, Hawaii’s #1 popcorn
store, has an interesting new flavor—Prime Rib End Cut. Now that’s an
interesting flavor combination!
From Living808 by Web Staff
Lammar Marie’s Gourmet Popcorn in Henrico
County, VA, has quite the combination of flavors. Varieties range from sweet
treats, like snicker-doodle, to savory ones, like loaded bake potato.
They also carry the traditional
flavors like salted dark chocolate caramel.
The shop is trying out new flavors
like apple and pumpkin.
Even non-popcorn lovers (and yes,
there is such a person) are drawn to the shop for the unusual flavors.
From CBS 6 News at 7 by Web Staff
Boomchickapop was started by Angie and Dan Bastian 16 years ago in their
garage in Mankato, Minnesota. The original name of the company was Angie’s
Kettle Corn. Later they renamed their company to Angie’s Boomchickapop.
The popcorn is packaged in brightly colored pastel bags. It comes in
flavors such as sweet and salty kettle corn and dill.
In 2014 Boomchickapop was acquired by TPG Growth, a private equity firm.
Now, Boomchickapop may be purchased by Conagra Brans—the same company that
owns Orville Redenbacher’s popcorn.
The deal is not yet finalized and may fall apart. Or maybe Orville
Redenbacher’s and Angie’s Boomchickapop will be owned by the same company.
From: Yahoo! Finance
Raccoons getting your sweet corn? Then try growing popcorn. According to
Charlie Nardozzi, raccoons don’t care for popcorn.
Popcorn needs fertile soil, full sun, water, and several plants for proper
pollination. Although the kernels of several varieties may different colors,
the kernels pop up to white or pale yellow.
Check out the section on Growing Popcorn for how to dry the husks for
From: Vermont Garden Journal by