Language of Business TV filming: PopZup Popcorn (in Dover, NH)


Language of Business TV filming: PopZup Popcorn (in Dover, NH)

“What’s zup” with Popcorn? Disruptive technologies which also invade your kitchen, coming up this summer on the Language of Business.

We did an on location shoot at PopZup Popper today, and SwaponzRentalBeast, and Force of Nature will be included in the same episode.

Pictures and videos are below.

Language of Business TV filming: PopZup Popcorn (in Dover, NH)

The safe, totally new way to microwave air pop popcorn that’s naturally delicious.

Each Popzup Popper equals 12 microwave popcorn bags – without the bad stuff like chemicals, plastics, silicone, or trans fat.

Designed for a smaller carbon footprint: recyclable, compostable, reusable, and 100% product of the USA.

Popzup Popcorn is certified non-GMO, gluten free and whole grain.

It’s naturally low in fat and calories with fiber, antioxidants and protein.

1. Place Popzup Popper on the edge of microwave rotating plate – not in the center (see the following Popzup Popper TIP’s for using microwave without a rotating plate).
2. Set your microwave on high power.
3. Popping time is between 1 ½-4 minutes. Every microwave will have a different perfect popping time.
4. Turn off microwave when
5. Dotted line appears as Popzup Pops Up
Popping begins to slows down

Being a popcorn addict, I purchased the Popzup at the Made in NH Expo at the Center of NH in Manchester. I have to admit, I was a skeptic. But after one use, I think it’s ingenious and deserves to be on Shark Tank!

I will never pop popcorn any other way. Best purchase at the Expo!

-Judy Bass, NH




About Author

Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.

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