I went to my dad’s lemonade stand and kettle corn booth to do my story on. I asked my dad what he puts ion the lemonade and kettle corn (even though I already knew). The kettle corn is made with very good quality mushroom-style popcorn , from magic C&H cane sugar, organic Chef’s Choice soybean oil, and a little bit of organic salt. Our kettle corn is freshly made at the place we are at. The lemonade is made with organic lemons, C&H cane sugar, ice, water, and if you wanted strawberry lemonade we would add premium strawberry puree. If you wanted to know the amounts, my dad would say it’s a family secret, so, I’m not stating the amounts in this blog. By the way, my Dad’s name is David. My second question was how long have you been doing the kettlecorn and lemonade buissness. (I also know the answer to this one and the next one). My family started the buissness 6 years ago in 2005. I would say about 4 months ago we added lemonade and strawberry lemonade to the menu. My third question was what are the sizes of the product. My family sells small bags, medium bags, and large bags. He didn’t gove me the exact amount in ounces and I didn’t know so I didn’t bother my dad about it. The lemonade is oin 32 ounce cups. Last, but not least, my fourth and last question was what are the costs. The small costs $4, the medium costs $6, and the large costs $10. The reason why the bags cost a lot is because it is quality corn and the bags are huge. Some people buy the leages for family reunions, football night, and things of that nature. For the lemonade, the cost is $4 for a regular and $5 for the strawberry. Thank you for taking your time to read this blog.
By Chris G., 11