I lived in the Midwest when I was little and my family bought popping corn from local farmers – brown bags filled with tiny little popping kernels. We ate a ton of it, and with ten kids, that isn’t an exaggeration!
When we moved East and I couldn’t find it anywhere. The only popcorn available was big, yellow, chewy and tasteless. I searched for this popcorn for 25 years and finally, two years ago, I located the family farmers who grew this corn.
It was my son’s idea to begin distributing it and Madison Park Foods was born.