50LB Baby White Popcorn
This small white is one of our smallest and most tender popcorn. It resembles an old variety that Brian planted as a teenager called Japanese hulless. It comes from separating the smaller kernels from our medium white. Can be limited in supply!
Showing reviews 1-10 of 12 | Next
Posted by Ronald Veith on Dec 28th 2017
Absolutely the best popcorn I've ever had! Been buying it for several years now. I get the 50lb bag and usually have to order two a year, as we eat lots of it.
Hands Down Best Seeds Ever
Posted by Mike Weed on Dec 18th 2017
The baby white seeds are the absolute best. Very tender, little to no hull, and a family favorite. I buy the 50 lb bag, share with family and it lasts almost the entire year. Corn is clean and the bag is strong. I store the opened bag in a large ziplock bag. Great value for a superior seed.
My first purchase, but not my last.
Posted by Doras Trussell on May 4th 2017
My husband and I eat popcorn almost daily. I have been buying Amish popcorn from local farm store. When my husband asked how much it was, When I told him about $2.00 per pound he said "it's a shame we can't buy it in bulk," Duh, look on the internet dummy I thought to myself. There is was--just over $1.00 pound. I ordered it, received it in record time and it is the best. I'm sure some of it will be given as gifts. I purchased other items and am just as please with them.
my sister and I buy 50 pounds every year and share it it's the best popcorn ever
Posted by email@example.com on Apr 18th 2017
My sister and I buy 50 pounds every year and share it! It is by far the best popcorn I have ever tasted! We will never ever buy any other popcorn other than this kind !
product good service not so happy
Posted by Patti Goldman on Jan 27th 2017
This is my first order from Amish...When the box arrived and my son went to lift the 50 pound paper bag out....the bottom fell out of bag and we had popcorn all over the place. Of course he relaxed it back into the box and we didn't loose the whole thing...but we still have kernals on the counter, the floor and hidden places that was from the initial splash. Seem the bottom of the bag just couldn't hold it!
Posted by Unknown on Nov 13th 2016
I've been giving packages to each family member as my special gift. Takes a total of 2 of the 50lb sacks each year, They won't eat any other popcorn!
Best Choice for a Baby Kernel!
Posted by Debra on Aug 8th 2016
This is the second most popular popcorn I pop at the farmers market (not including the kettle corn). The most popular choice is Blue which is larger and crunchier. But, for those who prefer a baby variety, this one is their choice. It is tender and the flavor is delicate so it tastes the most buttery.
Posted by Glenn on Jun 29th 2016
Anyone who buys popcorn in 50 pound bags pretty much says what they think of the product. Details? UPK's (UnPopped Kernels--the main issue of any popcorn grower): this year-a few/last year-none! (btw, I use a hot air popper); less chaff than previous years; foreign matter practically nonexistent. A quality product worth buying in bulk. Only problem placing order was not able to use Facebook discount coupon. Quick delivery--no issues with UPS. The best endorsement is a repeat customer. And that I am!
good, valid product
Posted by Alan on Jun 17th 2016
Corn was clean, not much in the way of chaff or foreign matter (one very small piece of dirt and minimal fluff in a 50 pound bag -- that's really very good). There was cross pollination in evidence (yellow kernels), but it was not a problem, the yellow ones popped fine and didn't degrade the flavor. Broken or damaged kernels were very low. Moisture content seems a bit high but you know... that's understandable when you consider longevity in storage either on the part of the seller or the buyer.
The popcorn pops well with few 'old maids' and has a good crunch & flavor. The price is competitive overall and I'll buy from them in the future. Packaging was adequate (the bag burst open at the top seam but the gorillas at UPS could break a bowling pin, as the saying goes, and nothing escaped the box that held the bag so this is "no harm, no foul" in my book). The bag was multi-ply paper with a plastic barrier. Given UPS's proclivities you might want to go with Kevlar for the bag and stainless steel for the box ;-)
Posted by Joyce on Mar 22nd 2016
For several years I have ordered 50 lbs of baby white expecting to have it be the last. At 75 I can't eat as much as I used to but my family would be devastated if a new batch didn't get delivered from me every few weeks. Christmas gifts all year of the "Only popcorn" 8 families will eat!
Showing reviews 1-10 of 12 | Next