No it’s not a spelling mistake – it’s pipcorn.
It’s still popcorn – but better. It’s hulless. That means its hull is so small that it breaks into tiny pieces that won’t get stuck in your teeth and (most likely) not cause any digestive problems.
Jeff was visiting his sister Jenn when she was living in Chicago. They hadn’t had a bite to eat, were hungry, and the only thing in Jenn’s apartment was a bag of hulless popcorn she had gotten at the place she worked at back then. So they resorted to having a popcorn dinner (not something atypical to happen during your college life). And to Jenn’s suprise, it didn’t upset her stomach.
And so Pipcorn was born.
A couple of years later, they finally kicked it off and created Pipsnacks, got accepted into Smorgasburg, an artisan food market in Brooklyn I’ve written about here, and it’s been uphill ever since.
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