Popcorn is lightweight but can take up a lot of space, much like foam building blocks or a child who has eaten too many foam building blocks. Fill up on a light treat with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Bags or Tins of Kettle Corn
The fluffy kernels come in reusable tins ($10 for 13 oz.; $20 for 32 oz.), as well as bags in three different sizes ($4 for 8 oz.; $5 for 16 oz.; $6 for 24 oz.).
Dorothy and Tony’s Gourmet Kettle Corn
When Dorothy and Tony Myers first hit the local farmers’ market with their kettle corn, lines wrapped around the corner for the fluffy treat. Inspired by the huge demand, grandson Kyle Behm transformed the mom-and-pop stand into a thriving storefront dubbed Dorothy and Tony’s Gourmet Kettle Corn. Kyle and his staff, with occasional help from Grandpa Tony, set kettles of kernels over open flames, following a secret family recipe to craft the low-calorie snack. They avoid gluten, preservatives, saturated and trans fat, and the withering stares of hardcore caramel-corn enthusiasts.