Sunflower Food Company has taken a tried-and-true favorite snack and infused it with old-timey charm simply by leaving the popcorn on the cob.
The Kansas-based, family-run team is headed up by Brian Chisam—and he has lots of family members working alongside him. They introduced their popcorn on the cob over 20 years ago and it continues to be a hit. We totally get why. It’s easy to make (put it in the bag, microwave it, and enjoy) and fun to eat. Most of the kernels pop off, but some stay on the cob and can be eaten that way.
The corn is sourced from a local farm in Kansas. It’s all-natural, non-GMO, and without any flavors or additives. So you can feel good about getting your snack on.