Q: What is Pipcorn and how is it different than ordinary popcorn?
A: There are a few things that make Pipcorn different. The first, and most obvious, is the fact that it’s actually mini popcorn. Our popcorn pops to about half the size of ordinary popcorn.
Q: Is Pipcorn corn?
A: Yes! Pipcorn is a special variety of corn grown right here in the good 'ol US of A!
Q: Hulless? Your popcorn doesn’t have a hull?!
A: Settle down, settle down. We hate to break it to you, but the variety of popcorn we pop does, in fact, have a hull. The nice thing is that the hulls on our kernels are much more delicate than ordinary kernels. When popped, the shells break up into such small pieces that you wont get those big hard pieces stuck in your teeth as often. Some also say that our kernels are easier to digest!
Q: I’m having a party and need Pipcorn now! How do I get it?
A: Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information on bulk ordering!
Q: Do your products contain gluten?
A: No! You can all thank Jennifer for this. As the inspiration behind Pipcorn, it was important for us to always make products that she can eat. For this reason, our products will always be gluten free and vegan!
Q: Is your popcorn made with butter?
A: Nope! No butter or cheese will ever go into pipcorn! We make Pipcorn with just a little bit of olive oil.
Q: Is your popcorn genetically modified?
A: No! Believe it or not, our kernels are naturally the size that they are.
Q: I have Diverticulitis, can I eat Pipcorn?
A: No! We make no claims that Pipcorn is safe to eat with Diverticulitis. Consult your physician before you purchase and eat any at all.
Q: Do you ship to Canada or other countries outside of the United States?
A: No. unfortunately we do not ship internationally but we are working very hard to get Pipcorn to our fans outside of the USA. Sign up for our mailing list to get the latest updates!
Q: Are you certified Gluten-Free, Kosher and/or Organic?
A: We are currently Gluten Free, Vegan, Whole Grain, and Non-GMO certified. We are NOT currently Kosher, but we are working on it so stay tuned!
*Although Pipcorn is easier to digest than ordinary popcorn kernels, we make no claims that it is simply easy to digest. If you suffer from any digestive conditions whatsoever, please contact your physician before consuming Pipcorn.