When you’re craving a snack, reach for popcorn, the better-for-you treat. The benefits of popcorn include:

  • Naturally Whole Grain
    (All products)
  • Good Source of Fiber
    (All products)
  • Naturally Gluten Free
    (All products)
  • No Trans Fat
    (All products)
  • Peanut and Tree Nut Free
    (All products)
  • All Natural (Bulk products)
  • No Cholesterol (Bulk products)
  • No Preservatives
    (Bulk products)


Goes Your Value

For concession sales, there’s
no snack higher in value than popcorn!

Wholesale popcorn is sold unpopped, and distributed by weight – meaning a whole lot of popcorn is packed in a small amount of kernels

  • Pop Weaver popcorn is made from higher expanding kernels – so you sell more units, whether it’s bags or buckets, out of every bag you pop
  • When you choose a 48cc per gram expanding popcorn like Pop Weaver instead of the 40cc gram kernel that our competitors sell, your profit yield is 20% higher (based on a 50-pound bag of unpopped popcorn)

A little kernel

A lot of history

Like baseball and apple pie, popcorn is an all-American phenomenon. Explore the
rich history of this golden kernel known as “Prairie Gold.”

3,600 BC
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Cave dwellers in central New Mexico leave behind loose kernels and tiny cobs of corn—the first evidence of popcorn
3rd Century AD
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Ancient popcorn poppers from this era are discovered on the north coast of Peru.
16th Century
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Popcorn is an important part of Aztec ceremonies, used as food and as decoration.
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Some historians believe that a member of the Wampanoag tribe brings a deerskin bag full of popcorn to the first Thanksgiving celebration in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
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Popcorn becomes widely available throughout the eastern United States.
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The word “popcorn” is included in John Russell Bartlett’s Dictionary of Americanisms.
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The mobile popcorn popper is introduced at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, along with the zipper, the Ferris Wheel, and Cracker Jack
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Street vendors begin selling popcorn to people going into movie theaters.
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Ira Weaver starts selling popcorn from his horse-drawn wagon.
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Theater owner Glen W. Dickson installs popcorn machines in the lobbies of his Midwest theaters. His idea spreads quickly to theater owners around the country.
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Microwave popcorn is introduced throughout the United States.