Popcorn Kiosk

Popcorn Kiosk Success Stories [2024]

Updated: July 4th, 2024

A popcorn kiosk is a mini food stand that sells ready-to-serve steamed corns. You can open a popcorn kiosk indoors or outdoors.

To start a popcorn kiosk, find a high-traffic shopping mall and rent front shop space. Popcorn kiosks can also do well if located at the movie theater entrance. You can make popcorn in bulk and sell it to wholesalers or supermarkets.

In this list, you'll find real-world popcorn kiosk success stories and very profitable examples of starting a popcorn kiosk that makes money.

1. Klondike Kettle Corn ($54K/year)

Katie Young came up with the idea for Klondike Kettle Corn after a friend suggested starting a kettle corn business in Carcross, Yukon. She bought the business from her friend and began selling Sweet and Salty kettle corn at the Fireweed Community Market. Over the years, she expanded her product line and now sells over 30 different flavors, including unique combinations with locally sourced ingredients. With the business's success, she has been able to give back to her community through sponsorships and donations.

How much money it makes: $54K/year
How many people on the team: 1


How I Launched A Gourmet Popcorn Brand From The Yukon

Klondike Kettle Corn, a gourmet popcorn company in the Yukon Territory, has grown its revenue by 67% and its Q1 revenue is up 39% from last year, by expanding its product line and collaborating with local businesses, while maintaining a strong social media presence.

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