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Closed Theaters Lead to Popcorn Surplus

With movie theaters and stadiums shut down, people are obviously eating less movie theater snacks. This has left the farmers who supply snack bars with a massive surplus of unsold popcorn. One company, Preferred Popcorn, reportedly had to construct seven new silos in order to hold all of their unsold supply. After being harvested, the kernels typically stay good for about a year. After that, they become too dry to pop, making them no good for popcorn. Here’s the complete story from Fox News.


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