Popcorn, Indiana (brand)
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Popcorn, Indiana is a brand of popcorn in North America founded in 2002. Popcorn, Indiana is headquartered in Westport, Connecticut and Indianapolis, Indiana - 72 miles north of the community that gave it its name: Popcorn, Indiana.
Popcorn, Indiana's ready-to-eat popcorns are free from trans fats, gluten, preservatives, and genetically modified foods (GMOS). Most products are cholesterol-free, and some flavors are available in an organic variety. The products are also produced without artificial colors. There are two main types of products from Popcorn, Indiana: Classic Popcorn and Drizzlecorn. Popcorn, Indiana's products are also certified by the Whole Grains Council.
The company was started by Warren Struhl and Richard Demb. The investors also included Isiah Thomas of the New York Knicks and Goldman, Sachs & Co. The company also at one point included the Dale and Thomas Popcorn brand.
Eagle Foods, a manufacturer of condensed milks and snacks, acquired Popcorn, Indiana in August 2017.
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- Noto, Anthony (August 30, 2017). "Eagle Foods picks up another popcorn maker". New York Business Journal.
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