Medium White Hulless Popcorn

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Our Medium White Hulless popcorn is a top seller here at Amish Country Popcorn. Medium White is similar to our Baby White variety with larger popped kernels. Medium White popcorn is hulless and is typically described as full, crispy, and very white. It’s delicious with salt and butter and pairs well with our seasonings and glazes.

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  • 5

    Posted by Fran on Nov 23rd 2022

    I have tried all varieties of the hullless and they are all winners. You will not be disappointed.

  • 5
    Very good

    Posted by C.R. on Nov 14th 2022

    Excellent taste and the microwave bowl we got from Amish Country worked great, with not a single burnt kernel. My husband has a more discerning palate than me, and he enjoyed it very much.

  • 5
    medium white popcorn

    Posted by Stephanie McIntyre on Feb 23rd 2022

    This is the perfect popcorn. White is SO much better than yellow. It is very tender, crisp and tasty. I pop it in a combination of canola and olive oil and I love the flavor.

  • 5
    Fantastic Flavor / Texture, Slight Challenge to Air Pop

    Posted by john cain on Feb 11th 2022

    Ordered this popcorn a few days ago and it just arrived. After popping a couple of batches, I'm in love! This one has everything I crave in a white: light, fluffy, melt-in-the-mouth goodness, without any of the toughness you can sometimes get with yellow varieties. The kernels are smallish, so I have to angle the air popper back a bit until pop is established, but that's the only drawback--not enough to yank a star. Thanks!