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Pop corn with olive oil

Pop Karma and Frank Organics are excited to announce that Frank organic extra virgin olive oil (Frank) will be featured in Pop Karma popcorn. Frank will play a starring role in Pop Karma’s Mediterranean flavor popcorn and will be used in their other savory flavors. Pop Karma, a new artisanal popcorn company based in New York City’s lower east side, uses only pure, top-quality ingredients from responsible, sustainable suppliers. Hungry New Yorkers can stop by its storefront at 95 Orchard Street when Pop Karma opens its doors later this summer. Pop Karma will also make its popcorn available in tins for customers who live far from its NYC storefront, who want to give Pop Karma as gifts, or who want to share Pop Karma with friends. You can check out Pop Karma at

"We at Frank Organics are excited to be featured in Pop Karma's new Mediterranean flavor,” says Doug Tedeschi, co-founder of Frank Organics. “Pop Karma's high-quality, delicious ingredients, its simple, transparent recipes and its commitment to sustainability make it a great partner for Frank.” Frank is a new organic olive oil founded upon openness and honesty in its growing and production processes. You can see videos of every stage of the growing and production process, and interviews with Frank’s growers, at Based in NYC but grown 100% in Andalusia, Spain, Frank is made in line with standards that Frank Organics proudly shares.

“Frank Organics is a natural partner for Pop Karma. We tested many olive oils, and Frank’s taste evokes the Mediterranean in the most delicious way. We believe in using pure, real food and total transparency. So does Frank,” said Jean Tsai, founder of Pop Karma. In addition to finding Frank in Pop Karma popcorn, you can find it in natural and gourmet food stores in New York and Chicago and at The Fresh Market locations across the country. Keep an eye on to learn when and where you can find Pop Karma in addition to Pop Karma’s soon-to-open NYC storefront.

by S. C.
25 june 2012, Food & Fun > Gastronomy