American Farmer Popcorn (www.afpopcorn.com) announced that it has rolled out its line in all Harris Teeter Supermarkets, a Kroger Company. Featured will be its signature White House Cheddar, iconic Sweet & Salty Kettle Corn and classic Old School Movie Theater popcorn. American Farmer Popcorn is excited about this partnership, as Harris Teeter is a Southeastern institution, operating 243 stores in seven states (North and South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Maryland, Delaware) and the District of Columbia. American Farmer Popcorn is a brand of gourmet popcorn and—founded just several years ago—is one of the fastest-growing popcorn brands in the US. This partnership with Harris Teeter represents American Farmer’s first massive push into the Southeastern US.
The launch will take place effective immediately. All three flavors, White House Cheddar, Sweet & Salty Kettle Corn and Old School Movie Theater Popcorn deliver delectable taste: tangy and intense, yet full of light, air-popped goodness. Furthermore, all three varieties are all-natural, have no artificial flavors or preservatives, and are gluten-free, nut-free, non-GMO, and kosher.
American Farmer Popcorn uses only the highest-quality corn from America’s heartland. From there, they pop the corn in small batches to create a unique combination of sweet and savory flavors that harkens back to a simpler time.
More than just a name, American Farmer Popcorn is the only national popcorn brand promoting awareness for farmers, supporting independent American farmers and helping to keep those farmers on their land. American Farmer is proud to be referred to by many as “Popcorn with a Purpose.” The suggested retail price per bag is $3.99.
Meyer Futersak, founder & CEO of American Farmer Popcorn, is excited about the deal with Harris Teeter. “Our selection by Harris Teeter to roll out in all 243 of their stores is confirmation that American Farmer Popcorn is on course to become one of the top gourmet popcorn brands in the country. We’re incredibly optimistic about this venture, and feel that it foretells of great things to come for American Farmer.”