Lucky Elephant Popcorn

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Lucky Elephant Pink Candy Popcorn is a Canadian confection that has been on the snack food market since the 1950s. It has generally been more commonly found retailed at mom and pop grocery stores, carnivals, concession stands, arenas and neighbourhood food outlets, and more recently is being launched in major grocery outlets across Canada.[1]


Lucky Elephant popcorn is sold in 70g boxes and comes with a small prize inside. The popcorn is caramelized with a pink candy coating to give it that classic taste. There are also no peanuts in the package.


Lucky Elephant is produced and distributed by Poppa Corn Corp of Toronto, Ontario.

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  1. ^ Slatalla, Michelle (April 5, 2001). "Online Shopper; From Famine to Feast, Thanks to the Net". NY Times. Retrieved 28 June 2014. 

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