FAQs

Farmer Don is our resident popcorn expert. Our Colonel of Kernels, so to speak. Here are some of the most common questions he gets asked.

Is Popcorn, Indiana really a real place?

Yep. Population 42. Zip Code 47462. Coordinates: 38.9758’ N, 86.6569” W

Can I actually visit Popcorn, Indiana?

Sure. Just type it into your GPS. But, to be honest, it’s not too exciting. Unless, of course, you like watching corn grow.

What came first – the popcorn or the place?

Both. Popcorn gave its name to the town. The town, in turn, then gave its name to our brand of popcorn.

How is your actual corn different?

Our heirloom corn is grown in the heartland. It is Non GMO. Gluten Free. And wholegrain.

Why is popcorn such a family-friendly snack?

Everyone loves it. And there’s something about sharing a big bowl of popcorn that just brings families closer together.

Is Popcorn, Indiana kosher?

Yes. All Popcorn, Indiana products are certified Kosher OU-D.

Is it gluten free?

Yes. Our corn and other corn varieties are naturally free of gluten. Gluten is a protein typically found in barley, wheat, rye, and by-products such as flour and MSG. All of our popcorn products except one – Pretzel Drizzlecorn ® -- are Gluten Free.

I have allergies. Is Popcorn, Indiana free from peanuts, tree nuts, nut oils, soy and/or dairy?

Our products do not include these ingredients. However, you should be aware that our popcorn is produced in facilities that use milk, soy, wheat, peanuts and tree nuts.