In 1965 in the Amish community of Berne, Indiana, a man named Roy Lehman planted a small plot of popcorn for his six year old son, Brian. Brian began growing popcorn for his family and friends. He remembers carrying popcorn to school for his sixth grade teacher, who was one of his most loyal customers.
Amish Country Popcorn offers over 13 different varieties of kernels. All of our kernels are available in a variety of sizes and combinations ranging from 4 ounce to 25 lb bags. All of our kernels are non-GMO, gluten, and preservative free.
About this item. The Gourmet Red Premium Kernels pop into a Medium-sized WHITE Butterfly Popcorn with Minimal hulls. CRUNCHY on the Outside and TENDER on the Inside with a PURE Popcorn Taste. 100% MADE IN CANADA. Grown and Packed with Integrity on a Canadian farm in Ontario. NO PESTICIDES & NON-GMO.
Amish Country NON-GMO Popcorn Kernels - Ladyfinger. $8.00. Amish Country Popcorn.
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What is Amish popcorn? Amish popcorn from Amish Country Popcorn is completely natural, non-GMO, and preservative-free. It is made in Berne, Indiana, in the heart of Amish Country. Brian Lehman works the family farm that was started by his father, Roy, back in 1965. He has cultivated an intimate knowledge of what makes each type of kernel special.
Product Description. Wabash's Amish Country Gourmet Popcorn is of the highest quality, carefully harvested and handled. Most every kernel pops. Comes in a decorative burlap sack with one of three Amish prints. Weight: 2 lbs.
Amish have long lived in Canada, with roots in the country dating to the 1800s. Today Amish number nearly 5,000 in Canada, in over one dozen communities. For many years, Ontario was the only province in Canada where Amish could be found. Recently, small settlements have been established in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Manitoba. Amish communities in Canada. Milverton-the largest and oldest Amish community in Canada