Popcorn on the Cob (6-Pack)
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Straight from the cob.
What makes this popcorn stand apart is the flavor (plus, it's more fun to pop corn that's still on the cob). The kernels of these varieties are virtually hull-less. They pack more flavor into each kernel, and pop up fluffy and crisp. This popcorn is naturally dried and not genetically modified with zero trans fat and high fiber.
Hull-less popcorn means that the outside seed coat shatters when the kernel pops, which leaves a tender flake that's easier on the teeth and gums, and gentler to digest than sharp hulls of regular popcorn.
Photography by James Ransom
Details & Materials -
6 cobs (approx. 20 ounces)
Care & Notes -
Popcorn is an amazing food that actually never expires! We recommend popping your kernels within 1 year of purchase for optimum freshness and pop-a-bility. Popping instructions: To pop your popcorn ON the cob, place a cob into a paper bag. Microwave for 1 ½ - 2 minutes. Times may vary.
To pop your popcorn OFF the cob, remove the kernels from the cob using your fingers. Add 1-2 TBSP of cooking oil to a heavy 3 quart pan. Heat oil over medium high heat. Add popcorn. Cover with lid and gently shake as kernels pop. When popping stops, remove pan from heat. Enjoy!
Meet the Maker
In 2008, Lance & Megan Nobert made the decision to return to their roots in North Central Kansas. After 10 years of big city life, the Noberts packed up their young family and moved back to their hometown of 600 people. Lance raised popcorn on his family's farm when he was a child, and decided to try planting his first popcorn crop. Loveland's Addition was added to the city of Clyde in 1900, and the Nobert's decided it was a fitting name for their new family business. It was indeed land filled with love. Then, in 2009, Loveland Acres Popcorn harvested its first ear of gourmet kernels. Lance utilizes his personal experience growing up on the family farm, a college degree in Agronomy and professional experience working for the U.S. Department of Agriulture to personally plant and harvest tender, virtually hull free popcorn.View Full Profile
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