Why Crayola and Pepsi are selling popcorn factory packages

Crayolas new popcorn factory concepta package concepta, a packaged snack made from Crayons own popcorn, will be available to the public this fall.

The packaging will be made in the United States, and is priced at $9.99 for 12 packs. 

The package will come with a free shipping coupon for $15, which will allow you to use the coupon to purchase popcorn in the USA.

The concept of the popcorn factory package will be the brainchild of CEO and President, Mark Sisson, who has a history of working with Cray, as well as Pepsi, PepsiCo, and other food manufacturers. 

This is not the first time Crayo has introduced popcorn factory products to the masses.

In 2011, the company introduced a popcorn factory called the ‘Crayo’ that included an exclusive candy bar, a snack bar, and a mini popcorn factory. 

In 2014, Crayos first packaged snack bar was announced, and was made with Crizzly. 

While these concepts are new to the popcorn industry, they have worked well for the company.

In 2013, the brand was the first to unveil a popcorn bar that was made from real Crayones popcorn.

Crayola recently launched a new line of premium flavored products including the Crayon Popcorn Popcorn, which includes two packs of three flavors: Crayoni and the Crizzle. 

What do you think about Craya’s popcorn factory concepts?