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Popcorn FAQ

Look here for answers to your questions specifically about our popcorn. For general questions about ordering, shipping, etc. Please see our general FAQ

How much is a serving of popcorn?

Officially, a serving of popcorn is one cup, but we know that’ just not enough for most people. We find that for events it’s best to estimate about 2 cups per person.

How much popcorn is in your bags?

Our popcorn is available online in 3 sizes:

  • Munch bag – 5 cups
  • Gallon Bag – 16 cups
  • 2 Gallon Bag/Tin – 32 cups

How much popcorn should I have at my event?

That depends. If you’re just having popcorn/a popcorn bar, then you should aim for 2 cups a person. If you’re having other dessert items, you can probably cut that down a bit. Of course, a lot will depend on the size of the bag you use. For instance a typical 1 oz. popcorn bag will hold about 2.5 cups of popcorn.

As an example, if you were having a popcorn bar for 100 people, you would need about 200 cups of popcorn which would be between 6 and 7 two gallon bags.

Why do you sell in cups and not ounces or pounds?

We sell our popcorn based on volume (cups) instead of weight (oz.) because it’s easier to get an idea of how much popcorn you’re getting. For example, 5 cups of caramel corn weights approx. 8 oz. compared to 5 cups of cheddar cheese popcorn which weighs approx. 2.5 oz.

What kind of oil do you use for your popcorn?

Most of our popcorn is popped in 100% coconut oil. For specific ingredients and nutritional information, please check our listing for those flavor(s).

What makes your popcorn so good?

We pop our gourmet flavors in small batches and take great care in making sure that they are flavorful and fresh. We experiment often to find the best combination of ingredients to ensure your taste buds are completely satisfied with the end result.

How long will the popcorn last?

If left sealed in the bag we send it in, your popcorn should last several months. Once it’s open and exposed to the air, and more importantly, humidity, it can soften up quickly. For that reason, if you’re putting your popcorn out for an event, we suggest you do so as late as possible. Of course, it’s not for an event and you’re just purchasing for pleasure eating, it probably won’t take you to long to eat anyway.

Are there allergens in your popcorn?

All of our popcorn is produced on shared equipment which may be used to process peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, milk and soy.

Will you do custom mixes and/or flavors?

Sure. Just contact us and if we can do it, we will!.

Can you do fundraising for our school or organization?

Absolutely, please contact and we can talk about it. .