Specialty Food

  • Gourmet Snacks
  • Gourmet Popcorn
  • Popcorns
  • "I've ordered twice and each time I have received my order in perfect shape. Well packaged and filled correctly. Thank you.
  • J.B. (Glen Allen VA)
  • "Project EAGLE is an Early Head Start program. We use the wax paper to line the tables used for changing diapers. With 135 children under the age of 5, we change a lot of diapers and were so happy to find the larger rolls of wax paper! Ordering is easy and the shipments come fairly quickly. Thanks!
  • G.B. (Kansas City KS)

Products in Popcorns



POPCORN, a traditonal favorite for young and old. This organic yellow variety can be popped and made into popcorn balls or something really yummy we call Popcorn Supreme - a crunchy combination of seeds, nuts and honey - and popcorn! Excellent source of fiber.Kosher Circle K - ParevePopping Conditions: If corn does not pop properly, it has probably dried out. Store in the refrigerator for a few days to allow it to absorb moisture for better popping.POPCORN SUPREME1/4 cup peanuts1/4 cup pumpkin seeds1/4 cup Arrowhead Mills Sunflower Seeds1/4 cup Arrowhead Mills Sesame Seeds1/2 cup pecans1/2 cup almonds1/2 cup coconut1 cup Arrowhead Mills Popcorn (unpopped)1/2 cup honey1/4 cup melted butterHain Canola Oil for roastingHeat a heavy skillet on medium heat. Add canola oil, just enough to barely coat bottom of pan. Add peanuts and seeds. Roast lightly. Add nuts, seeds, and coconut. Continue stirring and roasting until coconut begins to turn golden brown. Remove from heat. Pop popcorn. Add to peanut mixture. Stir in butter and honey. Spread on cookie sheet(s). Bake in 325 F oven until dry to the touch (10 to 12 minutes). Makes approximately 20 cups.POPCORN BALLS1 cup honey or sorghum1/4 cup water1/2 tsp Hain Sea Salt (optional)1 tbsp butter6 to 8 cups popped cornAdd 1/4 cup water to honey or sorghum, add sea salt. Boil over low heat until a drop becomes brittle in cold water. Add butter. Stir. Pour over popcorn. Shape into balls. Makes 8 to 10 balls.