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Yoder Popcorn, Topeka

4.7
#40 of 99 in Shopping in Indiana
The Yoder Popcorn Story

In 1936, Rufus Yoder started growing popcorn on his family farm. In the Amish custom, he shared his excess crop with his neighbors and friends. They told their friends and neighbors about the excellent quality of YODER POPCORN, and soon a business was born. After Rufus retired, his children Larry and Pauline, continued to market YODER POPCORN. In 1996, YODER POPCORN was purchased by KIRK'S POPCORN. In 1999, YODER POPCORN was purchased by Rufus' great niece, Sharon, along with her husband Richard and their youngest son, Russell. Besides operating the Popcorn Shoppe, they farm 1,700 acres which includes the acreage around the Shoppe. We continue to provide the Yoder customers with the same excellent quality and service to which they are accustomed. Using our world travel planner, Topeka attractions like Yoder Popcorn can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Stopped in to see a different shop from the others. Enjoyed the free bag of popcorn and the visit with the employee. Found a geocache too!  more »
  • We stopped in here and got some popcorn to take home from our Amish weekend getaway. There were so many different types! And free samples! Apparently it’s list in the “Top 1000 places to Visit...  more »
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  • I love stopping here when I'm in the area. I eat a lot of popcorn and like the many different selections of popcorn available here. Yoder's also has a good selection of corn poppers, oils and dry toppings available.
  • I love this little store. It has so many different types of popcorn. They sell the pop corn poppers, the cute bowls to serve it in and all the wonderful toppings & flavors you can imagine. They have microwave packets but I prefer the old fashioned way, the bags of popcorn. The prices are SO reasonable. They also sell coconut oil to pop your corn in.

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